Welcome to the
Website of St. Agnes Cathedral School. Please feel free to peruse the website to learn about the history of the school, its mission,
curriculum, students, faculty, staff and programs.
1917, the school, after ninety-nine years, continues to provide a
spiritually rich and challenging academic program for Catholic children
in grades K-8. The commitment of clergy, administrators, faculty, staff
and parents to ongoing growth and quality has resulted in recognition
by the United States Department of Education as a National School of
Excellence and accreditation by the Middle States Association for
Colleges and Schools.
With an enrollment of over 700 students, St. Agnes
Cathedral School is the largest K-8 Parish elementary school in the
Diocese of Rockville Centre.
Mrs. Cecilia St. John, Principal
Mr. Brian Jensen, Assistant Principal
~A Harvest Prayer~
God of all seasons, we thank you for Autumn.
We thank you for the touch of coolness in the air
that gives us a new burst of energy,
for the coloring of trees that shows the creativity of the Divine Artist,
for the falling leaves that reveal the strength of the branches,
for the hues of fields that bring peace to our souls,
for the smiles on pumpkins that bring joy to children,
for the fall harvest that brings us gratitude for the bounty of our land,
for this change of seasons that reveals the circle of life.
God of all seasons, as you transform the earth, transform us by your Spirit.
- Doug Leonhardt, S.J.
~This Week's Events: October 24-28~
The Iowa Assessments are complete! Makeups will be administered this week for students who were absent for any part of the test.
The regular lunchtime schedule will be in effect. Thank you to the lunchtime aides for adjusting your schedules to accommodate the Iowa testing.
The 8th graders will pose for their group graduation photo on Tuesday, October 25th on the Field of Dreams.
The National Junior Honor Society is sponsoring a donation drive for the HELP Primary School in Masese, Uganda. The society is asking you to assist them in sending school supplies to this school for refugee children living in Uganda. Gently used backpacks, string backpacks, sharpened pencils, pencil sharpeners, pens, pencil erasers, and pencil cases are needed for the school. Members of the society will be collecting these items this week.
The Fathers' Club is hosting Sports Night on Friday, October 28th from 7-9 P.M. in the St. Agnes Gym. Fun athletic activities will be organized for students in grades K-3.
Fall After School Enrichment Courses
Embedded below is the link to the video of the Cathedral renovations. It was taped by a drone! Great footage and something to take a look at! St. Agnes is truly blessed to have such a beautiful building to pray and worship in.