• Family

    Nearly 2,000 RCS students, faculty, staff, and pastors, united as one family, one faith community to celebrate the Eucharist.

  • 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.

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

  • Diocese of Winona Baccalaureate Mass Honors Class of 2015

  • Mass, lunch, and art with the Sisters of St. Francis!

    Fifth graders at St. Francis of Assisi School held an art fair for the Sisters at Assisi Heights. The art fair consisted of projects chosen by the students.

    This special day culminated a year of service to the sisters by the students, which included praying for the sisters on the healthcare floors during the season of Advent, providing decorations for their feast day, and participating in an Earth Day community prayer service held at Assisi Heights.

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  • The Power of Words - An Olweus Bullying Prevention Initiative

    St. Francis of Assisi School 7th grade, Miss Wenner's class, has been learning about the power of words as a part of our weekly Olweus discussions. After weeks of discussion and collaboration, the students are excited to share a video entitled: "The One Word Campaign", a video planned, filmed, and created by the class. One word has the power to make or break someone's day.

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  • Rochester Shark Tank

    Business Symposium III students experienced entrepreneurship at the highest level presenting their business ideas to a panel of Rochester Sharks. Sharks exhibited prowess, direction, collaboration, and wisdom to cultivate deals with these potential up-and-coming entrepreneurs! It was an outstanding experience for all involved.

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  • RAD Day

    Today students got to enjoy seeing live Reptiles brought to St. John the Evangelist and St. Pius X School by RAD The Reptile and Amphibian Discovery Zoo from Owatonna, MN. They learned about snakes, alligators, turtles and other small reptiles. This was a fun, live, hands on experience for students.

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  • LHS Choir and Band - Year End Performance

    The LHS Band and Choir performed their final show of the year yesterday! Performances included: Concert Choir, Concert Band, the Hi-Lighters and Center Street Singers!

    Special honorees were our seniors and all of their accomplishments as well as presenting students with awards that honored Gene Eiden and Kayla Koranda.

In the Spotlight

Upcoming Events

25 May

Memorial Day (No School)

Baseball (Varsity) -Section 1A(Subsection Championship)(Stewartville High School)

Where: Away
When: 3:00 PM
26 May

Tennis Boys (Varsity) -Section 1A(Rochester Athletic Club)

Where: Away
When: 8:00 AM

SF - Mass

When: 9:15 AM - 10:15 AM
27 May

Golf Boys (Varsity) -Section 1A(Section Tournament)(Eastwood Golf Course)

Where: Away
When: 9:00 AM