Curriculum Overview

St. Leo's School provides a comprehensive education in the basics:
Religion, Mathematics, Reading - Literature, Language Arts
as well as in the following subjects:
Science, Social Studies - History, Art, Music, Physical Education, Computer

Our Religion program facilitates the children's spiritual growth. Daily prayer, frequent liturgies, and outreach programs enhance the teaching of Catholic doctrine.

Reading is literature-based, with phonics emphasized in the primary grades.

The Math program allows children to be challenged, yet successful, at their own pace.

Language Arts includes grammar, creative writing, vocabulary, and spelling.

Spanish is offered to children in grades 4 through 8.

Computers are incorporated into daily classes, starting in Pre-Kindergarten.

Library skills are taught beginning in the 3rd grade. Story time is provided for primary grades.


Early Childhood Education

With the emphasis on socialization based on Christian values, St. Leo's School offers whole-day and half-day programs for 3 and 4 year olds that develop math and reading readiness.

Full Day Kindergarten

The Kindergarten program integrates religion, language arts, math, social studies, and science in a hands-on, nurturing environment. It is designed to provide the student with a comfortable transition into the academic world. This program builds a strong, positive educational foundation where each child's individuality is recognized and respected.

Extracurricular Activities

Extracurricular activities include: Basketball, Field Hockey, Class Trips, Cheer leading, Scouts, Nature's Classroom (7th grade), Middle School Dances, Yearbook, Newspaper, and Altar Servers.

Parental Involvement

Parent and faculty are all active participants in the Parent-Teacher Association (PTA). Participation by parents in many activities enhances the community spirit at St. Le School.

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