St. Patrick School
The community at St. Patrick School is made up of students from six different counties in Indiana and Illinois, various religions, backgrounds and ethnicities.
When your family chooses St. Patrick School, you join a community led by 23 experienced educators. Our dedication to a well-rounded education translates to a student-to-staff ratio of 1 to 13. More than 30% of the award-winning faculty and staff hold advanced degrees, and many are also proud St. Patrick School alums.
What is a Deanery School?
In short, a deanery school serves a collection of parishes within a diocese. In West Central Indiana (and Illinois) Saint Patrick School is the main - and only - school serving the children and families of a number of Catholic parishes.
The Terre Haute Deanery includes:
Sacred Heart of Jesus (Terre Haute)
Saint Benedict (Terre Haute)
Saint Joseph (Rockville)
The Dean of the Terre Haute Deanery, which is appointed by the bishop, is Fr. Ben Syberg. Fr. Syberg serves as Pastor of both St. Patrick Parish and St. Margaret Mary Parish in Terre Haute, IN.
Why We Wear Uniforms
Clothes do not define the person. As a traditional Catholic school, we believe that uniforms create cohesion and lessen peer pressure.
As students learn about appearance, responsibility and requirements, they’re preparing for the future. Dressing Irish means being part of the Irish family.
Dressing Irish means being part of the Irish family.
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inbound transfers in 2020-2021 school year