Dear Prospective Parents,
We are delighted that you want to learn more about Saint Clement School, and we are happy to have the opportunity to share with you here on these web pages an overview of our approach to attaining and maintaining excellence in Catholic education.
We are a community grounded in our Catholic faith, and we expect our students and families to be engaged in our parish mission and to respect our core values and our Catholic social teachings. Our approach to education is rooted in a Catholic tradition that values the whole child, emphasizes both educational experiences and outcomes, and blends academic rigor with a strong sense of global citizenship. Our job is to help prepare students to meet the diversity and multiplicity of the real world – anchored in faith.
The admissions process at Saint Clement School is more than an application – it’s about getting to know our prospective students and their families. It’s about building a school community that is committed to our Catholic faith and traditions. It’s about discovering each student’s ability to excel academically and to grow socially, emotionally, and spiritually. It’s about enrolling a family.
The Admissions Department at Saint Clement School takes pride in giving prospective families the attention, responsiveness and care they deserve. Please email admissions@stclementschool if you have any questions throughout the process.
As you embark on your search for an educational experience that is the best fit for your family, we encourage you to visit the Saint Clement School campus in person so that you can fall in love with our school and our community as so many other parish families have! Sign up for one of our Admissions Coffee and Tour Events to take the next step in learning about this very special place.
Ms. Mari Jo Hanson
"Saint Clement provides a strong, nurturing and safe community with high expectations for academic achievement. The junior high teachers excel and prepare the graduates to perform well at whatever high school they attend."