How does one become successful?
What does it mean to be successful?
From the first day a child walks into a Catholic elementary school, success is the benchmark for performance. From the earliest grades, students are taught to aim high, which is reflected in their performance. Great teachers, a fresh diverse curriculum, attention to personal growth and high expectations create the equation for success.
When your child attends a Catholic elementary school they will be challenged and encouraged to be their highest level. Students are encouraged to be at their best in all facets of life; inside the classroom, at home, in the parish, on the field of play and in the community.
Students of WNY Catholic schools consistently score in the top third on nationally standardized tests. Student success is a reflection of the caring, involved teachers who help them learn how to be successful in all aspects of life. Teachers within the Catholic Diocese of Buffalo are dedicated to our students and their faith. They foster curiosity, creativity, and a love of learning that remains with our students all their lives.
Our approach to education focuses on the many aspects of a student's growth. By fostering a student's intellectual, spiritual, physical and social development, our schools help children become successful well-rounded young men and women, capable of succeeding in high school, college and beyond.
Countless leaders from Western New York learned the fundamentals of success within the classrooms of Catholic our elementary schools. It begins in the classroom day one, and the principles learned and practiced with Catholic schools help to create a lifetime of high expectations of self and a personal growth.
What does it mean to you to be successful?
Has attending WNY Catholic school helped You become successful?
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! Here are a few photos from Catholic elementary schools all over Buffalo and WNY of students exemplifying what it means to be Successful!