The best teachers worry less about their teaching, more about students’ learning.
Catholic schools have a long history of success in South Carolina.
Catholic educators were first called to consider exceptional students in 1965 in the encyclical Gravissimum Educationis, where Pope St. Paul VI clarified that all persons, by virtue of their inherent dignity, have the right to an education.
Father Fabio Refosco is grateful for Catholic education, as a student and a teacher.
As parents prepare to send their children back to class for the fall 2021 semester, Catholic school oﬃcials are looking forward to returning to a more familiar setting.
Elizabeth Kelley, principal of St. Gregory the Great School, uses simple, yet powerful words to describe the interaction between classmates of students with special needs at the Bluffton school.
As a child, I attended Catholic school when our local communities — and the country — were predominantly Christian.
Diocese secures emergency federal funds for Catholic schools across the state.
Mary Ashley Groot has her head in the game, and basketball scouts are taking notice.