27 Oct · Allie Griese · No Comments

Motivation Advice from St. Cecelia School

St. Cecelia: Keeping School Motivation Going At St. Cecelia Interparochial Catholic School, we know how hard it is to keep motivation going through the middle weeks of the semester. As parents, you may be wondering what you can do to help your child stay motivated to finish the semester strong. Our amazing team at St. …

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19 Oct · Allie Griese · No Comments

Volunteering at St. Cecelia

How to Get Involved at St. Cecelia Making the decision to volunteer your time or money at St. Cecelia provides a number of benefits to the school and to your child’s education. If you aren’t sure how to get involved — or you just need a refresher course on all of the volunteer opportunities — …

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15 Oct · Allie Griese · No Comments

What Makes a Catholic School Stand Out

What Makes a Catholic School Different If your children are getting closer to school age, you may be wondering what type of school would be best for them. While every school has its pros and cons, Catholic schools have many features that make them stand out from the rest. If you are curious about what …

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30 Sep · Allie Griese · No Comments

Private School Study Tips for Junior High

Private School Study Tips for Middle School Students If you have a middle school student in a private school, you are likely familiar with how the school work can pile up. To keep the workload from becoming too overwhelming for your students, check out these tips to help your student create and maintain good study …

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27 Sep · Allie Griese · No Comments

St. Cecelia’s Sickness Guide

St. Cecelia School: How to Know When Your Child is Too Sick to Go to School Sickness happens, especially with children. Sneezing, sniffles, headaches, and the like are a fairly common occurrence throughout the school year at St. Cecelia. However, there are some instances when a child should stay home from school due to sickness. …

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19 Sep · Allie Griese · No Comments

St. Cecelia School: 4 Study Tips for Elementary Students

Elementary Study Tips from St. Cecelia School Study habits are important to instill early. Taking the initiative to help your kids in elementary school can help them succeed in school and in life. Today, our team at St. Cecelia have four tips on how to help your elementary-aged students start and maintain good study habits. …

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31 Jul · Allie Griese · No Comments

What Does It Mean That St. Cecelia Is An IB School?

What Is An IB School? There are a lot of phrases and buzzwords that are associated with good schooling in the United States. There are gold star schools and blue-ribbon schools, all of which are ways that states evaluate their schools and determine which ones are the best. Schools want to be recognized for a …

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23 Jul · Allie Griese · No Comments

Four Benefits That Come From Attending An IB School

What Are The Benefits Of IB Schools? If you are looking for a school for your child, it goes without saying that you will be looking for the best school you can find. When searching for a school for your child or children, you will be looking for schools with recognition or titles to help …

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18 Jun · Allie Griese · No Comments

St. Cecelia Explains What It Means To Be A Blue Ribbon School

What Does It Mean To Be A Blue Ribbon School? St. Cecelia Explains In today’s blog post, St. Cecelia School will explain what it means to be a Blue Ribbon School and why we are honored to be recognized as one. What Is A Blue Ribbon School? The National Blue Ribbon Schools Program is a …

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22 Mar · Allie Griese · No Comments

Catholic School Celebration Gets National Recognition

At St. Cecelia Interparochial Catholic School, we love sharing our passion for our students and for our school with the larger communities. An aspect that is unique to Catholic schools is our celebration of Catholic Schools Week. We love getting the opportunity to celebrate our Catholic education and faith and getting to see the excitement …

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