WE DID IT! In a year filled with many challenges, St. Rose School students are still BLOOMING!
Watch the video below to see highlights of this year and THANKS to all whose teamwork and prayers helped us spend the majority of time on site. We have a rich history and bright future because of YOU!
We invite you to be part of the mission of and vision for St. Rose School…where children, in Preschool through 8th grade, bloom in mind, heart, and soul.
Founded in 1958, St. Rose School has a long history of planting the seeds, securing the roots, and yielding the blooms of academics, faith, and service in students who have and continue to walk these halls. Many alumni tell us that their success in higher education, careers, and family life can be traced back to the lessons they learned, friendships they made, and experiences they treasured at St. Rose School.
We have a rich history and, we pray, a bright future. This is possible because of the dedication and commitment of Parents, Grandparents, Aunts, Uncles, Cousins, Friends, Community Members, Clergy, Religious, Administration, Faculty, and Students who understand the blessings of an education that is both innovative and traditional, with the One True Thing that never changes at its core—Christ. In Him all things are possible, and with this education, St. Rose students bring great hope to the world.
Can we count on you to help us continue providing students with this exceptional learning experience? Your contribution to the Blooms Fund enables St. Rose School to pay operating expenses, offer professional development programs to faculty, keep technology current, and provide exciting enrichment programs to students—all things that keep a school vibrant and viable. Without you, we can’t do it, so your donation is truly the gift that keeps on giving.
Thank you for helping our children bloom into the people God wants them to be! If you are ever in the area, stop in to see all the wonderful things happening in our halls. A warm welcome awaits you.
God bless and love from the students of St. Rose School.