Summer Care is available for students ages 2.5-5. Maximum of 18 students. Priority given to registered St. Alphonsus students. A new kid-friendly theme featured each week. Click here for more information and to register.
The spring musical is Godspell Junior! The St. Al’s Middle School Drama Department team and our middle school students are working hard on what is sure to be an incredible show.
Buy your ticket HERE and/or make a donation.
There will be three performances, on May 19 (7pm), May 20 (7pm) and May 21 (2pm), so buy your tickets and mark your calendars now. Ticket sales and donations to the drama program can be made via the link below. Donations are encouraged and help support the drama program and future shows.
Please contact Box Office Coordinator Stephanie Lucash at [email protected] if you have any questions. See you at the show!
The State of the School presentation reviews the school’s operational and academic vitality, areas of growth and strength, and our strategic vision ahead. Thanks for watching!
What to expect at our Open House:
- Experience our school in action
- Student led tours of our beautiful campus
- Speak with Parent Ambassadors
- Learn more about the admission process
- A short presentation by Principal Nick Padrnos
What sets the St. Alphonsus curriculum apart? Watch this VIDEO as Principal Padrnos describes the academic program is content-rich, coherent, cumulative, and cross-curricular.
Learn about new and improved daily schedule changes, class offerings, and curriculum, as well as updates about the lunch program and personnel. Get excited about the 22-23 school year! Attendance counts as Family Service Hours.
Visit our campus for a tour from current students, parents, and administrators. Walk the halls and get your questions answered about St. Alphonsus!
On Thursday, March 10 at 7pm, a certified trainer from the Core Knowledge History & Geography program will be hosting an on-campus/virtual presentation for parents interested in learning more about our new curriculum. This is wonderful opportunity to understand the curriculum’s scope and brush up on your history!
Zoom information will be emailed.
*Attending this session counts as Family Service Hours.*
Join us on Thursday, February 24 from 7-8pm for a parent talk Good Digital Citizenship. This event will be hosted in the Cafeteria and via Zoom. (See school email for Zoom login details.)
As our lives move increasingly online, it’s more important than ever for our children to be safe and courteous in the digital realm. Led by Dustin Inman and Mark Lakefish, our IT and cybersecurity specialists from Stateside Electronics, this talk equips parents with the tools and knowledge to help their children make better online choices and become responsible digital citizens. All middle schoolers will attend Good Digital Citizenship sessions on designated school days in February, but this talk is open to parents with students of all grades.
Attending this session counts as one (1) Family Service Hour.