is the reason for this school, the unseen but ever present teacher in its classes, the model of its faculty, and the inspiration for its students.
At St. Louis School this greeting welcomes all who enter. It is a proclamation of our Catholic faith that drives the vision and mission of the comprehensive, high school preparatory education that St. Louis School has provided for more than 90 years. Our goal is to teach as Jesus taught.
2015-16 School Theme
Each of you has been blessed with one of God’s many wonderful gifts to be used in the service of others. So use your gift well.
-1 Peter 4:10
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St. Louis Catholic School in Clarksville, Howard County, was named a National Blue Ribbon School by the U.S. Department of Education. The designation is the highest academic honor bestowed upon a school by the U.S. Department of Education. The Blue Ribbon Schools Program honors public and private elementary, middle and high school that are either academically superior or that demonstrate dramatic gains in student achievement to high levels.
“St. Louis’ remarkable achievement underscores the value Catholic schools serve to the children of our community,” Archbishop Edwin F. O’Brien said. “Catholic schools can compete at the highest levels of education and excel because they strive heroically to meet the needs of every student. I am proud of St. Louis and congratulate the students, teachers, parents and the entire parish community on this outstanding honor.”
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Does handwriting matter? Not very much, according to many educators. The Common Core standards, which have been adopted in most states, call for teaching legible writing, but only in kindergarten and first grade. After that, the emphasis quickly shifts to proficiency on the keyboard.Read entire post