Grade Level Descriptions
Our school represents a strong community of teachers and families who work together to ensure our children are successful in both achieving their academic goals and in living out their faith. From their very first days in school, our students incorporate their Catholic faith into their day.
Morning Preschool Care
St. Pius X Preschool offers a before-school care program for children enrolled in the preschool and Junior Kindergarten sessions.
St. Pius X preschool, for children ages 3 to 5 years, is designed to lay the foundations for St. Pius X’s kindergarten through 8th grade program, as well as for a lifetime of learning and service for each child and family. The preschool has a maximum of 10 students per teacher.
|Age 3||Tuesday/Thursday………………………………………8:15 – 11:15 a.m.|
|Ages 4 – 5||Monday/Wednesday/Friday……………………………8:15 – 11:15 a.m.|
Children are eligible to enroll if they are 3 years old by September 1
Junior Kindergarten is a five-day-a-week program for students choosing not to start kindergarten or those ready for a 5-day program.
|Ages 4 – 5||Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday…….8:15 – 11:15 a.m.|
Elementary School (Kindergarten through 5th grade)
We provide a quality education in a Catholic environment. We address individual student needs, provide cooperative learning strategies, incorporate team teaching, provide hands-on and experiential learning approaches, and utilize both parish and community expertise and volunteers.
- Grade level classrooms which incorporate multi-age activities to meet the needs of all learners
- A nurturing environment to help instill a love of learning
Middle School (6th through 8th grade)
Philosophically, our Middle School program is similar to what we offer in Elementary school. In addition, we address a student’s emotional and social needs through an advisor/advisee program.
We offer a comprehensive curriculum geared towards academic success. We have a strong parent-teacher communication program to enhance the overall academic experience for our students.