The school year is already half over, but it's not too early to consider a child's educational platform for the next year. Celebrate Catholic Schools Week is coming up, and the Diocese of Grand Rapids would love for parents to consider enrolling their child into one of their catholic schools in the West Michigan area.
Dave Faber, superintendent of Catholic Schools in the Diocese of Grand Rapids, explains what Catholic School is all about, and what the children can expect during their educational journey.
According to Faber, an education centered in Christ offers a learning environment where students achieve more in school and life, feel welcomed and cherished, develop creativity and character, and grow in faith and grace, leading to outcomes that are second to none.
Enrollment is currently underway for next school year, and all are welcome in their Catholic schools. Plus, there are scholarships available to help families with the tuition investment.
Celebrate Catholic Schools Week, from Jan. 26 through Feb. 1, will be celebrated with special events happening at Catholic schools across the diocese.
There is a complete list of events and an open house calendar at CatholicSchools4U.org.