Principal's Blog

February 23, 2020

Elizabeth Clarisse Lange was born around 1784 in the vicinity of Santiago de Cuba. She came from a French speaking family of some means and social standing. And in the early 1800’s, a well-educated young Elizabeth left Cuba to seek peace and security in the United Stat...

February 16, 2020

Science is everywhere.  And as our students quickly come to learn at St. Agnes School that Science is a way of knowing and thinking about the natural and physical components of the world in which they live.  Within the program we offer at St. Agnes, our students conduc...

February 10, 2020

Fifty-two years ago, Eunice Kennedy Shriver served as the founding sponsor for the first Special Olympic games in Chicago, Illinois. This groundbreaking event provided an opportunity for intellectually disabled youngsters to compete in an athletic event that up before...

February 3, 2020

The week of January 26-31 served as a special occasion for our faith based community. The annual Catholic Schools Week provided a unique opportunity to celebrate the many blessings of St. Agnes.

As a fitting way in which to usher in this blessed week, Bishop Madden cele...

January 26, 2020

Our faith teaches us that the saints hold a special place within the Body of Christ. Through Christ, we on earth remain in communion with the saints who now reside in heaven. As important role in the Body of Christ, the saints in heaven join their wills to the will of...

January 19, 2020

In Greek Mythology, Artemis was the twin sister of Apollo and the goddess of the Moon. Accordingly, her name serves as the title for NASA’s program aimed on a return to the lunar surface by the year 2024 and ultimately, missions to Mars. Last week, the first class of 1...

January 13, 2020

This week, our faith community celebrated the blessed feast of the Epiphany. This day honors the journey of the Three Wise Men - Casper, Melchior and Balthazar - as they followed the great star which led them to the manager of our Lord. This special feast also celebrat...

January 4, 2020

There is something magical about the holiday season. Following Advent, the Christmas season arrives amid world-wide celebration. And on the day of our Lord’s nativity, we celebrate the profound love that God holds for each of us. Over two thousand years ago as the King...

December 30, 2019

When I am asked what sets Catholic education apart from that of other academic communities – either public or private – my reply is grounded by the driving goal of our school. To this point, St. Agnes aims to form disciples of Jesus; to raise up lifelong learners; to t...

December 14, 2019

In 1952, the Nobel Peace Prize winner was presented to Albert Schweitzer, philosopher, theologian and doctor of medicine. Mr. Gunnar Jahn, Chairman of the Nobel Committee delivered this speech at the award ceremony: “Where thought reaches its limits, there faith begins...

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