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Happy Feast of the Epiphany! 
Melchior, Balthazar, and Caspar

Wednesday All school Masses:
    1/7, 1/14, 1/21, 1/28
1/7:  Early Dismissal at 12:50
1/19: No  School; Martin Luther King Day
1/20: No School, Teacher training day
1/23: Progress Reports sent home

Catholic Schools Week
: Jan. 26 - Jan. 30th
Catholic Schools: Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Service.
Celebrating our Catholic Schools Heritage along with having a little fun.

1/26 Monday:      Crazy hair/Pajamam Day;Pancake breakfast
1/27 Tuesday:     Color Day: 
1/28 Wednesday: School Mass, stewardship/service activities
1/29 Thursday:    Sports Day, including Faculty vs Student Volleyball
1/30 Friday:       Culture Sharing Day; family picnics
2/1 Sunday:      Open House, 10:30-11 & 12:00-1:30


                     SHCS Open House!
                         February 1st

Join us for 11:00 am mass then visit our classrooms and meet our fabulous teachers to find out about our successful programs.   

Come look us over.  At St. Helena Catholic School we strive to create a joyful learning environment in the Catholic faith based tradition. We offer a comprehensive curriculum in a rigorous academic environment with high expectations and roots in respect and appreciation for the variety of cultures that make up the Napa Valley. 
  Read more about the Catholic School advantage HERE.
  • Parish School: St. Helena Catholic Church
  • STEAM curriculum
  • Peer mentoring program
  • Transitional Kindergarten
  • Team Sports
  • Learning Garden; garden to table emphasis, Garden Club
  • Small class sizes with caring teaching staff
  • Teaching staff that cares for whole child: 
    • encouragement - accountability

A Catholic Education for the 21st Century

What makes SHCS unique?
  • Transitional Kindergarten program (new!)
  • STEAM curriculum (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics) Click HERE for video description.
  •  Christ-centered, value-based, character-focused learning environment
  • Full music program
  • Small classes
  • Student buddy mentoring program
  • Spanish language instruction
  • Team sports
  • Community service projects
Why Choose a Catholic Education?

Catholic school students:
  • score significantly above the national averages on standardized testing  (source)
  • are more likely to graduate from high school and college  (source)
  • are more civically engaged, more tolerant of diverse views, and more committed to public service  (source)
  • are more likely to succeed in their professions  (source)