Reaching Great Heights - Our 2007 - 2008 Annual Report


Message from Our Director

We invite you to review Reaching Great Heights: Our 2007 – 2008 Annual Report (pdf format).This report highlights the tremendous accomplishments and numerous successes we achieved during the past school year. We know that success and reaching great heights do not happen by chance – they are the result of the caring, committed, hard work of our staff, students,families, parishes and other community partners working together to ensure our students receive the best possible Catholic education.

Once again, we are offering our annual report on-line, making our accomplishments more accessible to our community. At the same time, we are reflecting our environmental stewardship by caring for God’s creation as we reduce the use of paper.

Catholic education is a special gift. We are blessed to be able to help young children learn and to reach their goals in a learning environment inspired by our faith.Built on a solid foundation of Gospel values, we are able to offer academic, spiritual and religious experiences for our young people as they journey in learning and faith with us.

Over the past year,we have worked with all members of our communities – our teachers and support staff, with parents, parish priests, and other key partners to ensure that our students succeed in their learning and that they reach their God-given full potential.

As you will see from our report,our energies, resources, programs and services are dedicated to our primary purpose – supporting our schools and student learning in the classroom. The children that parents entrust to our care benefit from our efforts to provide a nurturing, faith-filled environment brimming with excellence in teaching and learning and supported by wonderful,caring professional staff.

Thank you for taking the time to review this report and we look forward to hearing from you as your comments are important to us. You can provide us your feedback through our Communication Department.

God bless.

Michael O’Keefe
Director of Education