Our Mariner Seniors and 8th Grade Seahawks enjoyed a modified, in-person graduation ceremony this June. We are thrilled to celebrate our wonderful students, who thrived in the switch to online learning, while finding innovative ways to pray, grow, and learn with each other. This may not have been the year that we all anticipated, but we can all agree that our students achieved so much this year, with grace and faith.
As our students close this chapter of their educational story, a new one opens for them. We pray for them during this great transition, that they continue their educational journey with the solid Catholic foundation provided by our schools, guiding and influencing them for years to come.
Graduation signals the start to summer, which means that we will soon be welcoming new students into our schools. We look forward to greeting new students, families, and friends; we are all looking forward to a new year in our St. Monica Catholic Schools journey, whatever surprises and challenges it may bring! Ee pray that we all come together on our path toward sainthood as a community.
There are many out there who may have questions regarding next year, enrollment and admissions. We admit that there are still many things uncertain in our society. However, now is a great time to plan and contemplate where your child’s journey will lead, and how a solid foundation provided by a Catholic education may be the advantage and experience necessary to propel them to a well-rounded and successful future.
If you have any questions about St. Monica Catholic Elementary School, contact Anna Korte (), or St. Monica Catholic High School, contact Roxanna Warmington ().
Thank you so much for everyone’s support, and may God continue to bless our Schools and our community!
More photos from both graduations this year: