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In the Diocese of Scranton, we are proud of the 15 elementary schools and 4 high schools that provide a well-rounded education, offering an enriching curriculum that includes the arts, foreign languages, physical education and latest computer technology to complement the core subjects of religion, math, language arts, social studies, and science.
Beginning with Pre-Kindergarten and continuing through 12th grade, our curriculum is structured to enable each student to reach their greatest potential. If your child has individual learning needs, we will work with you to meet them where they are. Four schools offer Individualized Instruction programs for students with exceptionalities: All Saints Academy (PK – 8) in Scranton, Holy Cross High School (9 – 12) in Dunmore, Good Shepherd Academy (PK – 8) in Kingston, and Holy Redeemer High School (9 – 12) in Wilkes-Barre.
Our state-certified educators inspire their students and bring amazing experiences into their classrooms. All of our 19 Catholic schools are accredited by the Middle States Association.
Your student deserves the best education, one that has an excellent environment that prepares students for college and life ahead. Choosing one of our Catholic Schools is the best investment you can make for his or her future and a decision you can be proud you made.
Diocese of Scranton Catholic Schools Mission Statement
We, the Catholic Schools of the Diocese of Scranton, are committed to educating students and their families in the Catholic faith. We provide a Catholic education that is spiritually sound and academically excellent. We strive to prepare our students to be faith-filled leaders and life-long leaders dedicated to serving the church and society.