At Saint Patrick School, academics encompasses more than just grades.
Teachers and staff strive to educate the whole child; creating lifelong learners and disciples of Christ.
Saint Patrick School is recognized as a "Grade A School" by the State of Indiana. Our school is also accredited by Cognia (AdvancED), a nonprofit, non-governmental organization with accreditation knowledge and the goal to assist schools in educating students and giving each the opportunities they deserve.
Traditional courses include literature, math, science, social studies, technology, art, physical education, band/music, and of course, religion. Teachers and staff provide academic challenges, physical, mental and spiritual well-being.
We believe academic excellence begins with exceptional educators.
The love that my children's teachers have shown throughout the school year, and the amount of work they put in on a daily basis has made our first year here amazing!
St. Patrick School Parent, 2021
God understands our prayers, even when we can't find the words to say them.
St. Patrick Student
Within a rigorous curriculum, Saint Patrick School utilizes NWEA as an adaptive assessment to measure student growth throughout the school year. In addition Saint Patrick School follows Indiana Department of Education standardized testing schedules for iREAD3 and ILEARN, along with internal assessments geared at leading students to their full potential.
But learning at Saint Patrick School goes beyond the classroom. As West Central Indiana’s only Catholic school, students participate in Mass each week, prepare for and receive the Holy Sacraments and develop their personal spirituality along with their classmates.
of middle school students take band
of students have technology weekly
of teachers have taught 15+ years
of students have a GPA of 3.5 or higher