Happy Feature Friday, where every Friday the Chamber team will highlight one of our fantastic members by repping them for the day and telling the community more about them. This week's Feature Friday is: Calvert Catholic Schools!
Catholic education in Tiffin, Ohio dates back to the mid-nineteenth century when St. Joseph School began in a one-room log cabin in 1847 with 20 students. From humble beginnings, Catholic education has has had a long-standing presence in the Tiffin community, educating students in a faith-based atmosphere to become devoted Christians, productive citizens, and community and global leaders of the future. Calvert Catholic Schools is proud to carry on the long standing tradition and presence of Catholic education in our community and are one family committed to Christ spiritually, academically, physically, and socially.
Calvert Catholic Schools offers a faith-based academic curriculum for pre-kindergarten to grade twelve students. In addition to their standard curriculum, they also offer the Service Encompassing All (S.E.A.) program, Science, Technology, Engineering , Arts, and Math (STEAM) programs, project-based learning through critical thinking, communication, collaboration, and creativity, Advanced Placement courses, and College Credit Plus options. Calvert Catholic Schools believes in having students be well rounded and provides them with a plethora of opportunities to explore and grow outside of the classroom. Calvert Catholic Schools offers a wide range of arts and activities such as theatre, student organizations, band, advanced art focusing on digital media, ceramics, and sculpture, and esports, just to name a few. Calvert athletics features 17 varsity sports, many with JV and freshmen teams. Other athletic opportunities include middle school teams, CYO, and the Little Senecas. Arts, activities, and athletics help put students on a path to success!
Calvert Catholic Schools is now enrolling for elementary (pre-k-5th grade), The Academy (6th-8th grades) and Calvert High School (9th - 12th grades.) Experience the difference of a Calvert education and schedule a tour, shadow day, or a classroom experience to see for yourself! Scholarships are available for student grades k-12, along with tuition assistance programs. You can help support the mission and great work of Calvert Catholic Schools on September 21, 2022 on Calvert Day of Giving! This is a wonderful opportunity for friends, families, and supporters to donate to Calvert Catholic Schools. The money raised on Calvert Day of Giving will help fund scholarships, physical plant enhancements, curriculum growth, spiritual development, STEAM, and faculty development. There are lots of ways to give including on Calvert's website, sending a donation to the school, or by supporting fellow Chamber member Xcaret on September 21st from 11am-10pm, who will be donating 20% of that day's profits back to the school. Learn more about Calvert Catholic Schools at: calvertcatholic.org.
Seneca County is proud to be known as the education community and would not have that title without amazing insitutitions like Calvert Catholic Schools! Thank you for all you do for your students, faculty and staff, families, the community, and the Chamber!« Back to Blog
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