Key Facts About Us
Years established: 96
Student to teacher ratio: 10:1
A Note from principal tran
I had the chance to have an enlightening conversation with our first grade sub today (we had a few teachers out for professional development). I had known this sub’s family from growing up in Columbus, and she will be graduating with a degree in Speech Pathology in May. Being new to subbing, this was her first time in our school and the first time subbing in a Catholic school. She told me she was amazed at the differences compared to her time subbing at public schools. Her list of differences included class sizes (she happened to be subbing for our smallest class 😊), kindness with both students and staff, the feeling of community (she got a taste of our family assembly), and most importantly: faith. I had mentioned that the public schools’ mission to avoid excluding or favoring any single faith/belief has turned into excluding all faith—leaving such an important part out of what students need in order to grow. In the end, she had nothing but great things to say about her first experience at Blessed Sacrament; and I have you, your children, and our hard-working staff to thank!
In the climate of the Gospel values, we strive to provide academic excellence as we serve as a school community and proclaim the good news of Jesus Christ.
To Know, Love and Serve God
Our News & Announcements
Science Fair for grades 7-8 on Tuesday, March 28 at 6:30pm in the gym
Table for Ten
You have until Saturday, March 25 to bid on auction items!
BISHOP’S DAY OFF
There is no school on Friday, March 24 as it is our Bishop's Day Off.