WHY NORTHWEST CATHOLIC SCHOOL

Your child has the right to learn and grow in a safe and respectful community rooted in faith. Let Northwest Catholic School be the school that helps your child grow.

At Northwest Catholic School, our students are respectful learners, responsible citizens, and ready to serve God and others. Check out our Fast Facts and you’ll discover how dynamic and special this community really is. Our students and staff promote a loving school environment in which everyone feels safe to learn and grow — and as a result, our students are successful.

Fast Facts
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ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE

Northwest Catholic School students are inspired to meet our high academic standards. Our partnerships with Reading Corps and SHARP Literacy help support their goal to achieve academic excellence. As a Responsive School, we tend to the emotional needs of our students with a Mindfulness program.

Our School’s Guiding Principles are visionary and are in action at Northwest Catholic School. We are a school for the whole child.

Our Guiding Principles

FAITH COMMUNITY

We are a community deeply rooted in faith. Jesus is at the core of everything we do, and our commitment to faith formation shows. We are building future leaders who know how to be good people. Students live their faith by participating in Mass, daily prayer, religious classroom learning, and community service.

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SUPPORTIVE COMMUNITY

Our strong sense of community makes us unique. Students love gathering together for exciting activities around the holidays, and families join in the fun on monthly family fun nights.

Over 70% of our families participated in the 2015 Soles for Catholic Education Walk, which raised over $5,000 towards improving technology and educational services.

Northwest Catholic moves beyond providing a quality education for your children — we create a supportive community for all our school families to call home. But don’t just take it from us — read what Northwest Catholic parent Kamisha Wells has to say.