1 Jul · Allie Griese · No Comments

Recommended Reading for Catholic Middle Schoolers

Summer is the time for some well-earned R&R for your students. While we are fully supportive of our children taking time to unwind and relax after the school year, they can also take some time to improve their minds while having fun. With this goal, the St. Cecelia Interparochial Catholic School has compiled a short …


25 May · Allie Griese · No Comments

4 Things Parents Can Do to Help Private School Students Succeed

Many parents who first enroll their children in private school worry that their child’s curriculum will be more difficult than what they may have experienced in public school. As such, one of the most commonly asked questions we receive from parents is what they can do to help their student succeed. We love to receive …


31 Mar · Allie Griese · No Comments

Ways To Keep Your Child Learning Over The Summer

Encourage Summer Learning   While summer break is a time for fun, it’s also the time of year where children lose the most information. By the time the next school year begins, children have lost a majority of what they learned the previous year. St. Cecelia Catholic School has some ideas on how to keep …


27 Mar · Allie Griese · No Comments

School Habits Your Child Should Be Practicing

St. Cecelia Suggests These Successful Habits Developing good study habits at a young age can be beneficial in many circumstances. It can benefit your child by: Teaching them to avoid procrastination Helping them gain motivation Encouraging hard work Freeing up valuable time Preparing them for the working world St. Cecelia Catholic School gives some recommendations …


23 Mar · Allie Griese · No Comments

How To Prepare Your Child For School The Night Before

Getting Your Child Ready For The Next School Day   Mornings can be hectic for parents running on a tight schedule. If you’re in charge of preparing your child for school every day, you’re bound to forget something every now and then. It can be anything from their homework to their school lunch. If you’re …


18 Mar · Allie Griese · No Comments

4 Signs Your Child Might Need A Tutor

St. Cecelia: Signs Your Child Is Struggling In School While some students excel at school, others may be struggling to get passing grades. One of them may even be your child. St. Cecelia Catholic School looks at the warning signs that your child may not be performing well in school and need some extra tutoring …


19 Feb · Allie Griese · No Comments

How You Can Help Your Child Adjust To A New School

Helping Your Child Adjust To A New School Whether it’s in your control or out of your control, your child may have to change schools in the middle of the school year. Going to a new school where your child doesn’t know anyone can be a difficult adjustment. In this blog, St. Cecelia discusses how …


15 Feb · Allie Griese · No Comments

St. Cecelia: Benefits Of School Uniforms

4 Benefits Of Wearing School Uniforms At St. Cecelia, we believe that school uniforms provide many positive benefits to our student’s education, lifestyle, and social practices. Here are four reasons that school uniforms in the classroom are beneficial to parents, teachers, and students. Cost-Effective While school uniforms might seem expensive, they are actually quite cost-effective. …


30 Jan · Allie Griese · No Comments

St. Cecelia: Becoming Involved In Athletics

St. Cecelia: How Can My Child Become Involved In Athletics? Is your child interested in sports? We understand how important it is for your child to be able to get exercise and compete in a supportive environment. If your child is a student at Saint Cecelia Interparochial Catholic School, then there are only a few …


22 Jan · Allie Griese · No Comments

St. Cecelia: What Makes Our Faculty So Unique?

What Makes St. Cecelia’s Faculty So Unique? Motivating students to try their best can be a difficult task for any faculty member, but at St. Cecelia Interparochial Catholic School, faculty help their students to move forward on their education path successfully by leading with kindness, firmness, and in faith. In this blog, St. Cecelia explains …