At St. Agnes Catholic School we wish that you and your family are safe and healthy during this time. We are currently open five days a week for in-person instruction but are also offering our families the ability to elect remote learning for their children. While we are not allowing visitors into the building, our Admissions Team is readily available to connect virtually! Through the use of technology such as Zoom and Google Meet conferencing you can connect with our Admissions Department in a variety of ways to ensure that all your needs and questions are being answered about our admissions process. We are always available by phone and email as well.
St. Agnes is proud to be able to offer both In-Person and Remote Learning for our students. We are adhering to and enforcing all CDC Guidelines (masks, social distancing, regular handwashing and sanitizing of common areas) to ensure our students and faculty are safe. For our Remote Learners, we are utilizing Google Classroom, and Meet, paired with the Ascendo Camera Soundbar to enhance the learning experience for those at home. Complete details can be found here in our Reopening Plan.
Meet and Greet Mondays
We are pleased to announce Meet and Greet Mondays for the 2021-22 Enrollment Season. Once a month (unless there is an Open House scheduled), we will host small group sessions based on grade level for parents to meet faculty, staff, students and parents, and learn about our wonderful school.
Sessions are Scheduled for:
There are no more scheduled sessions for spring 2021. Please contact us to set up a private tour and meet and greet.
Schedule a Personal Admissions Meeting
St. Agnes Catholic School will be hosting personal sessions via a private Zoom video conferencing portal for prospective families. This one-on-one personal opportunity allows you and your family to meet with our Admissions Team via Zoom conferencing and have any and all of your questions answered about what life is like at St. Agnes Catholic School! This unique opportunity provides you with the ability to learn more about student life and the important aspects of our school such as: why Catholic education matters, our curriculum, preschool program, kindergarten program, elementary school, middle school, and student life.