About Catholic Schools
Diocese of Bridgeport Catholic Schools are led by highly skilled professionals. The Office of the Superintendent of Schools has earned invitations from around the country to share best practices in curriculum development.
- 50% of our elementary schools achieved the Blue Ribbon of National Recognition.
- 99% of graduating high school seniors go on to college.
- College financial aid awards to our graduating seniors total six million dollars in federal, state, and local scholarships and grants.
- Nationally recognized curriculum mapping process exceeds Connecticut state standards.
- Faculty participate in highest caliber professional development.
- Our school communities live the faith we teach and strive to instill a solid moral foundation rooted in Gospel values.
- Students, teachers and staff come together to celebrate and pray for each other, our communities, and for the world around us.
- We mark the Church seasons and holy days with Eucharistic liturgies, prayer services and other activities.
- Students learn the value of Catholic service – to be responsible for helping others – which begins with our youngest and continues through high school. Within our Catholic school system, students work with students from other schools to nurture learning and living.
- Our curriculum ensures that our faith is taught as a core subject in every year of study, and every facet of the Catholic faith is kindled in the hearts of our students.
- Our learning communities are small and personal where each child is known by name.
- Students are secure in our safe school communities.
- Values and faith taught at home are re-enforced in school.