Our Catholic schools are centered on the Gospel, focused on spiritual, academic and personal growth for all who seek to learn and grow.
Our schools develop students to be lifelong learners and critical thinkers who serve and lead those around them. Catholic schools serve both the faith community and the common good of society by educating students to become active and caring members of their communities, cities, nation, and world. The Diocese of Cleveland’s 107 Catholic schools serve nearly 40,000 students in the eight counties surrounding Cleveland and Akron. To learn more about Catholic high schools in the Catholic Diocese of Cleveland read our ACAD Directory.
Our schools educate as partners with parents to “build an educational relationship with each student, who must feel welcomed and loved for what he or she is, with all of their limitations and potential.” - Pope Francis
Frank O'Linn, Secretary for Education and Superintendent of Schools
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Catholic schools are centered on the Gospel, focused on spiritual, academic, and personal development for all who seek to learn and grow. We work to create environments where students feel safe, welcomed and most especially loved.
Tuition assistance is available at the diocesan level and often locally though the school or parish. Thanks to the generosity of donors throughout the diocese, assistance is available to over 3,000 students each year.
The purpose of the strategic plan is to strengthen the system of elementary Catholic education to keep irresistibly Catholic, academically excellent, operationally sound and geographically accessible schools where demand exists.
With care and expertise, Nutrition Services is committed to providing a nourishing meal that meets or exceeds USDA guidelines.
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