Families are flocking to the Green Bay Area Catholic Education (GRACE) school system, where in-school learning goes hand-in-hand with academic excellence and spiritual development.
That is evident by the announcement that 51 new students joined the GRACE community for the start of Trimester II on Nov. 23, 2020. They are in addition to an enrollment increase of 34 students in kindergarten through eighth grade when the school year began.
Enrollment in the GRACE school system is now 2,185 students — a testament to the educational achievement and strong Catholic values found in our schools. Of those students, 91.4% are attending in-person classes each weekday, while 8.6% are enrolled in the Our Lady of Grace Virtual Academy.
“Families are seeking in-person experiences and the structure and routine created by in-school learning,” GRACE President Kimberly Desotell said. “When you are inside our schools, you witness the joy and the energy that help our students and our families to cope during this trying time.”
The talented and caring team of GRACE teachers and staff members are working closely with families to ensure student learning remains on pace and rigor continues during the pandemic.
“Our teachers are amazing at embracing each student, and their dedication and service contributes to our overall success,” President Desotell said.