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I love the family atmosphere in which my child has the opportunity to learn, grow in faith and excel. I especially appreciate the higher standards of discipline and the education this school provides.
Lisa Guevara

Welcome to St. Louis Catholic School

St. Louis Catholic School serves PreK3 - Grade 5

Welcome! Our goal at St. Louis is to prepare young people for the future. Catholic education takes this goal a step further: it prepares children to meet the challenges of life as Christians. St. Louis Catholic School educates children in a Christian environment. The process is “God-Centered”. Our school ministers to the whole child; this means there is a deep commitment to educate the whole person, complementing the home in helping each child to develop to his or her full potential spiritually, intellectually, socially, and physically.

Click here to watch the video of the visit to St. Louis Catholic Parish from The Most Reverend Gustavo García-Siller

Picture Day
TOMORROW, WEDNESDAY IS INDIVIDUAL PICTURES. STUDENTS HAVE THE OPTION OF A FREE DRESS DAY. IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO DONATE A 12 PACK OF SODA OR CAPRI SUN FOR THE HALLO FEST WE WILL GLADLY ACCEPT IT
Advisory Council Meeting
THERE WILL BE AN ADVISORY COUNCIL MEETING THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 18TH AT 6:15 PM IN THE SCHOOL CAFETERIA.
2013-2014 Yearbooks are still available!
We have a limited number of 2013-2014 Yearbooks in stock for $25 each! Please call or text Jessica Armstrong at 210-413-7798 if you would like to buy one. First come, first serve!
Medina County Parade
This Saturday September 20th is the Medina County Parade. If your child/children would like to participate please contact Gerri Butler at 210 722-5299 or Cindy Guzman at 210-273-8055. The Theme for this year is “On the 8th Day, God created a Medina County Farmer.
HOPE FOR THE FUTURE SCHOLARSHIP:
SLCS WANTS TO ENCOURAGE ANYONE INTERESTED IN THE HOPE FOR THE FUTURE SCHOLARSHIP TO APPLY NOW. THERE IS A LINK ON THE SLCS WEBSITE.
Mark your calendars for a spooky good time...
Hallow Fest is back and it will be on Saturday October 18th!!! As many of you know, this cherished community event will require school wide volunteer support. At this time, we are asking for a group of individuals to head up the planning committee. We need a chairperson (or co-chairs) to oversee the event and at least 5 more people to form the core group of coordinators for the various activities.
Transfer Student Grant
SLCS is offering a "TRANSFER STUDENT GRANT" to students in 3rd-5th Grades. Call the Office for details.
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