After they completed a tour of Quantum House at St. Mary’s Medical Center in West Palm Beach, faculty members from All Saints Catholic School in Jupiter took inventory of the large galley kitchen where they were to cook that evening’s dinner. The kitchen was fully stocked with everything needed
"Research tells us that graduates of Catholic schools are far less likely to get involved in drugs, crimes, or violence; enter into more lasting marriages with unified families; and are very involved as leaders in the community. Research again shows that those who have attended Catholic schools
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Now that the academic year has drawn to a close, graduating seniors proudly look back at all they’ve accomplished in high school and look forward to a bright future in college. The valedictorian and salutatorian from Saint John Paul II Academy, Cardinal Newman High School and John Carroll High
“The beginning of June brings with it another hurricane season. We pray that we will continue to be blessed with no major storms in our area, but we must continue to pray for a continuation of this blessing. We also pray in thanksgiving for the safety we have experienced in past seasons. I
Want to send your child to our school, but can’t afford it? Help is here. Step Up For Students has more income-based scholarships available for the 2019-20 school year. Don’t delay, apply now. As always, they’re first-come, first-served.
John Carroll High School students recently received national recognition for their performance on the 2019 National Spanish Examinations. John Carroll students earned two gold, three silver and five bronze medals, as well as 12 honorable mentions. Erika Malits and Johanna Rizo earned gold
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