The curriculum leader at each GRACE school is the principal. Together the GRACE principals also form a Leadership Team who, along with GRACE’s President, assess all components of the curriculum. GRACE schools follow the curriculum standards of the Diocese of Green Bay.

Our objective is to help children learn and develop critical thinking skills along with their hearts and spirit to make a positive impact on their world. Together, we make things happen through ‘Acts of GRACE’ – specific efforts to make our world a better place.

We believe the way people are treated matters. Together, we call on one another to ensure our education is framed by respect, accountability, inclusion and commitment to others. Walk our halls. You’ll see students engaged in learning and you’ll witness our values in action.

Our GRACE Schools have placed added importance on technology integration in recent years and it shows. Today’s classrooms are equipped with overhead projectors, Smart Boards and other tools for teaching and learning. All middle school students are issued Chromebooks for school use. A state-approved GRACE Technology Plan guides the improvements and planning for each school.

You are always welcome in a GRACE school. Please contact the school principal to discuss the curriculum at the school.

2019 Essay Writing Contest for Students in Grades 6-8

Writing is an important component in the curriculum and becomes even more integral during middle school.  With support of the Diocese of Green Bay, the Serra Club is again offering its annual opportunity for students in sixth, seventh, and eighth grades to exercise their writing skills by participating in the Serra Club of Green Bay’s 2019 Essay Writing Contest on the topic of Vocations.

Important contest dates:

  • April 19, 2019:  Student essays due to school English or Religion Teacher
  • April 24, 2019:  Teachers to submit student essays to Serra Club representative
  • May 14, 2019:  Winners read their essays at the Bishop’s Burse