I am writing in reference to your article entitled "Harford a hotbed for Md. Catholics" in the Wednesday, Jan. 30, edition. The article mentioned the growing number of Catholics in
Combining the STEM based curriculum with the richness of our Catholic faith, St. Joan of Arc School has created a vibrant, 21st century learning environment where our students thrive. Ninety eight percent are accepted into Catholic High Schools. The Class of 2012 was awarded over $60,000 in scholarships to local Catholic High Schools including Academic Scholarships to the
As a STEM School, technology is integrated into our daily curriculum. The use of technology such as interactive boards, iPads, laptops and Web 2.0 tools give our students the opportunity to not only experience new technology, but be immersed on a daily basis.
Our Catholic identity is an essential aspect that is woven throughout the school day. School begins and ends with prayer. Students participate in daily Religion classes as well as weekly school liturgies. Service gives us the opportunity to express faith in action through community service projects like welcoming home our soldiers at
As we conclude Catholic Schools Week nationwide, it is important for residents to be aware that there are three excellent Catholic Schools for the growing Catholic population in Harford County.