• Love

    Strong classroom communities foster a
    love for Christ and for each other.

  • Discover

    Our whole child approach helps students
    discover their God-given gifts and talents.

  • Achieve

    99% of RCS students pursue post-secondary opportunities.

  • Participate

    86% of RCS students in grades 5-12
    participate in extra-curricular activities.

  • challenge

    Rochester Catholic Schools students are challenged
    to think critically and communicate effectively.

  • Celebrate

    Students in grades K-12 have the
    opportunity to celebrate weekly Mass.

  • Serve

    Each year, 100% of RCS students participate in
    service learning initiatives.

  • Inspire

    Our challenging academic curriculum inspires students to be the change they wish to see in the world.

  • Ignite

    Rochester Catholic Schools strives to
    ignite student curiosity and creativity.

  • Lead

    Faith, academics, and extra-curricular
    opportunities build strong leaders.

Rochester Catholic Schools is a Christ-centered learning community that forms students who love, learn and live their faith in service to others.

  • Catholic Schools Week

    National Catholic Schools Week is the annual celebration of Catholic education in the United States. It starts the last Sunday in January and runs all week, which in 2015 is January 25 - 31.

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  • Our School Bully Free - Take Two!

    St. John the Evangelist/St. Pius X students are advocates for stopping bullying in our schools! Click here to watch their second bullying video.

  • Mr. Schreiber to be Honored for Lifetime/Career Achievement in Social Studies

    In a recent communication from the Minnesota Council for the Social Studies Board, we were informed that Dennis Schreiber has been selected to be honored for Lifetime/Career Achievement in Social Studies Education.

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  • SF Pennies for Haiti - Our Sister Parish

    What do you pay for admission to a sporting activity? Or for a ticket to the movie? Or for a lunch at a local restaurant? Madame Klees, our French teacher, asked this of her students this week. As children visited, they learned that for only $6.00 our Sister Parish in Haiti can feed 1,000 children! What a difference we can make as we enter into Catholic Schools Week and invite our school community to bring in their coins! Let’s work together to serve one another!

  • Assisi Pilgrimage Reflection

    Over the next few weeks we will share thoughts from our students that experienced the pilgrimage to Assisi and Rome over Christmas break. Enjoy!

    Submitted by Katie Bagniewski~ “ …a group of us went up to the castle, which ended up being one of my favorite places in Assisi. Not only did the beauty of my surroundings overwhelm me, but the peace that the nature of my surroundings brought me surprised me. I felt like I was looking through the eyes of Francis, a guy who loved nature and looked at nature in such a special, loving, and respectful way. I was really touched by this experience, and I will never forget it.”

  • Kindergarten and Sock Snowmen!

    Mrs. Wells kindergarten students ended their snow unit today by making Sock Snowmen!! They had the assistance of some wonderful parent volunteers!

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Upcoming Events

25 Jan

Catholic Schools Week

26 Jan

Professional Development Day (Students Do NOT Report to School)

27 Jan

Saint Francis Night at Potbelly's

SF Catholic Schools Week - Today we are Celebrating Vocations

All System Mass

Where: LHS Gym
When: 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM