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COVID-19 Preparedness Plan for AOD Schools
Alliance Catholic Credit Union awards 10 Catholic students with scholarship
Alliance Catholic Credit Union’s fifth annual ‘Live it. Show it. Share it.’ scholarship contest asked students to reflect on faith in modern terms
Opportunities to Connect With Our Schools
To accommodate social distancing guidelines, our schools are offering a variety of in-person and virtual opportunities for families in the Archdiocese of Detroit to connect with our schools.
Archbishop Allen H. Vigneron Message for Catholic Schools Week 2021
Watch Archbishop Allen H. Vigneron's message to Archdiocese of Detroit Catholic Schools teachers, faculty, staff, students, parents. & families for Catholic Schools Week 2021
Notre Dame Prep scholarship honors ‘quiet grace’ of alum who died in 2019
Candidates for the David A. Molnar Endowed Scholarship are nominated by Notre Dame Prep's faculty and staff. Molnar, pictured, was a big fan of University of Notre Dame football.
Everest second graders celebrate ‘Pope Day’ by electing one of their own
Jacob Luginski elected in mock conclave, spends day with ‘Swiss Guards’ blessing babies and traveling in his very own ‘popemobile’
Bishop Foley grad aims to include Catholic school students in psychology research
Kelly Kendro returned to alma mater, other archdiocesan schools for study on students’ perceptions of hard work, fairness and opportunity
Catholic School students are challenged to achieve their full potential. Data shows our students score higher on standardized tests than their public-school counterparts. Nearly all Catholic School students move on to attend college.
Our goal is to educate students in mind, body and spirit. We offer that through solid academics, after-school activities and opportunities to worship and practice the faith. A Catholic education gives students a strong foundation as members of society and the Catholic community.Learn More