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Office of Catholic Schools

Department of Catholic Education

The Diocese of Savannah Catholic Schools provide a unique educational experience that powers potential by preparing hearts, educating minds, revealing Christ and cultivating the Roman Catholic tradition.

Powering Potential

CATHOLIC IDENTITY

Schools afford all students, staff and parents opportunities to grow in faith. Participation in the sacramental life of the church is an integral part of school programming.

Academic Excellence

Expectations are that all students will exceed minimum standards and fulfill their academic potential. Rigor and relevancy are key to high level learning and problem solving.

Operational Vitality

Finances, curriculum & instruction, physical plant, personnel and resources are efficiently managed. Stakeholders are important to the vitality of the school

Academic Performance

We are proud of our students’ academic achievements. The well-rounded curriculum of our Catholic Schools supports our students’ competency and skill level.

Accolades & Awards

Dedicated teachers and staff are recognized for leading and inspiring our students to excel in faith, leadership, academics and service within our communities.

Athletic Programs

Our athletic programs and athletes are recognized for their competitiveness and good sportsmanship. Several schools in our Diocese are top-ranked in volleyball, soccer, football and baseball.

We are

5

HIGH SCHOOLS

11

ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS

Annual Report

Total Enrollment

4,790


3,243
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

1,547
HIGH SCHOOL

A Diocese of Savannah Catholic School graduate…

  • EMBODIES FAITH

    • Nurtures a personal relationship with God.
    • Demonstrates knowledge of Church teachings, Catholic traditions, and Sacred Scripture.
    • Applies Catholic virtues in decision-making.
  • EXCELS ACADEMICALLY

    • Exhibits a capacity for critical thinking and creative problem-solving.
    • Demonstrates a readiness to perform with distinction.
    • Communicates effectively.
  • EMBRACES SERVICE

    • Demonstrates compassion.
    • Understands, promotes, and practices the principles of Catholic social justice.
    • Practices stewardship of gifts of time, talent, and treasure.
  • EXEMPLIFIES LEADERSHIP

    • Leads with dignity, kindness, morality and integrity.
    • Stands confidently with a strong moral compass.
    • Recognizes and lives by the ideals of admirable citizenship and social responsibility.

SEE WHAT OUR SCHOOLS HAVE TO OFFER YOU!

Accreditation and Quality Assurance

The Diocese of Savannah's Quality Assurance Review took take place in April 2016. The review was led by a team of professionals from dioceses across the continental U.S. and Puerto Rico. During the review, the Quality Assurance Review team interviewed a wide range of diocesan and school level stakeholders, examined artifacts, conducted school visits, and engaged in professional deliberations to determine the degree to which the diocese met the SACS/AdvancED standards. The team shared its findings in oral and written formats and made an accreditation recommendation for national review. The diocese uses the findings from the team to further its continuous improvement effort. With the awarding of accreditation status, the diocese and all of its schools are accredited.

Office of Catholic Schools: @diosavOCS

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    Director of Catholic Education & Superintendent of Catholic Schools

    Michelle Kroll
    912-201-4122

    Assistant Superintendent of Catholic Schools

    Carrie Jane Williamson
    912-201-4120

    Director of Curriculum and Instruction

    Wynter Kelly
    912-201-4073

    Director of Catechesis for Children

    Sarah Viancourt
    912-201-4044

    Educational Support Coordinator

    Kaitlyn Wright
    912-201-4121


    St. Frances Cabrini, pray for us.