On April 2, Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed Executive Order 2020-35, which orders all K-12 school buildings to close for the remainder of the school year, unless restrictions are lifted and ensures continuing of learning by setting guidelines for remote learning.
Research at Harvard University indicates that Catholic school students have higher levels of civic engagement and knowledge, and are more politically tolerant and supportive of civil liberties. In a 2011 study, Notre Dame Professor David Campbell reported that “historically, public schools have been celebrated as the exemplars of civic education, while Catholic schools were often […]
One of the best ways to know if our schools are right for your child is to simply visit. In a visit, you can gauge a number of things that are immeasurably important to your child’s experience. So don’t be shy! Sign up to take a tour or to have your child shadow a current […]
Get the inside story regarding our award-winning Catholic school system – from curriculum to catechism to extracurriculars – and its impact on the lives of more than 1,000 local students and their families. This hour-long presentation is free, open to the public, and guaranteed to provide you with new information about our Catholic schools. Appropriate for… Prospective […]
During the summer of 2009, my wife and I were excited to find out that God had blessed us with our first pregnancy. The educator in me saw the early May due date and thought about Kindergarten. You see, birthdays that run from about early May to the end of August fall in that gray […]
Congratulations! Students have exceeded their March is Reading Month challenge. Click the video links below to see what’s next! Miss Nikki catches the fish! – https://youtu.be/vP8ecJWRwts Click here to log your books or chapters. Then click here to see how close we are to our reading goal! Video Greeting from Mrs. Lesinski – March 27, 2020 […]
We began our celebration of November and Holy Souls month with our traditional All Saints Day Mass and classroom presentations by our fourth grade “saints in the making.” For photos, visit our Facebook album.
At a September 26, 2017 awards banquet in New York City – Manhattan, Grand Traverse Area Catholic Schools was one of just two schools in the United States to be recognized by the Catholic Education Foundation, a national, non-profit association dedicated to the advancement of Catholic education in the United States. According to the Foundation’s executive […]
Father Thomas A. Neis Memorial Scholarship Fund The Fr. Thomas A. Neis Memorial Scholarship Fund was formally established in August of 2008. This endowment fund provides need-based tuition scholarships to parishioners in good standing of Immaculate Conception Church. The principal of the fund includes gifts from the estate of Fr. Neis and other benefactors who […]
GTACS Superintendent Mike Buell has asked all school families and employees to pray for increased enrollment at our schools, especially in the preschool and early elementary grade levels. That’s because our schools can have the greatest impact if we have the opportunity to work with children from an early age. Of course, we welcome students […]
Terri Bridges Price Memorial Scholarship Established to honor Terri, a 1978 graduate of St. Francis High School…Terri was a loving mother, wife, daughter, sister, friend, and teacher before passing away in April of 2006. Terri had a strong commitment to education and a deep devotion to her Catholic faith.