Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Milwaukee uniquely balance faith and education. We do more than prepare students for tests in the classroom. We prepare them for tests in life.
A Catholic education proves its value in its superior academic excellence.
The average student in the Archdiocese of Milwaukee continues to exceed the national average on the Iowa Assessments at all grades levels.
Catholic school students in the Archdiocese of Milwaukee clearly benefit from superior academics. The average 2014 composite ACT score in our secondary schools was 23.6 – compared to the state average of 22.2 and the national average of 20.8.
Catholic elementary and secondary schools lay a solid foundation for continuing education. More than 99% of students in Catholic schools graduate, and 94% go on to college. Studies show that graduates of Catholic schools are reliable workers, good citizens, and more likely to practice their faith.
A Catholic education proclaims its values in its solid spiritual foundation.
Students participate in daily prayer and religion classes, have frequent opportunities for worship and Mass attendance, and receive sacramental preparation.
The teachings of Jesus Christ are infused into every subject and extra-curricular activity.
Students are taught to be respectful and compassionate, and emphasis is placed not only on academic achievement, but on moral and spiritual growth.
Catholic Schools at a Glance
99 elementary schools
15 high schools
10 counties in southeastern Wisconsin
31, 619 students enrolled in the 2014-2015 school year
Catholic schools transform our local and global communities into centers of faith, hope and charity by providing quality Catholic education to all people.
Schools in the Archdiocese of Milwaukee are committed to educational excellence, student diversity and the fostering of a Catholic culture of faith, service and personal responsibility, all in the name of Jesus.
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