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Students in Grades 4, 6 and 7 sat rapt on the floor of the MacArthur Campus music room Wednesday, as Newbery Honor winner Kimberly Brubaker Bradley described the historical landscape in England before World War II in which her 2016 novel, The War That Saved My Life, is set.
Nothing says fall like our annual outdoor adventures. Grade 5 will head to the mountains of Virginia, and Grade 6 to the Chesapeake Bay.
By the time HoundsTruth lands in your inbox, eight St. Patrick's faculty members will have likely reached the top of a bumpy ride up a Haitian mountain to the community of St. Etienne. For six, this journey is a kind of homecoming, as they return to St. Etienne, St. Patrick's partner school and church.
Exceptional Literacy is the intention and the destination of the educational journey at St. Patrick’s. It prepares each student to seek new knowledge, to fulfill a greater sense of personal responsibility, and to understand and communicate effectively with others. At the forefront of this effort are our talented and dedicated faculty and staff, working in close partnership with families to support each student.
Play-Based Learning in the Nursery School
The intentional, deliberate, and provocative use of play in our Nursery School invites the young child to construct meaning in the present and orients that child to a future of intellectual and academic engagement and success.
The Heart of St. Patrick's: Faculty Spotlight
St. Patrick's prides itself on a talented and dedicated cadre of faculty and staff who care deeply about the well-being of each student and possess the skills and experience to support a variety of learning styles. view video
Why St. Patrick's?
Parents and students share meaningful experiences as members of the St. Patrick's community. view video
students in three divisions: Nursery School, Lower School, and Upper School.
years of Spanish instruction for students beginning in PK.
overnight field trips beginning in Grade 4 and culminating in Grade 8.
interscholastic team sports: soccer, cross-country, basketball, track and field, and lacrosse.
art studios and three full-time art faculty for students in Kindergarten through Grade 8.
musical ensembles including Orff, recorder, handbells, and choirs for students in Grades 4 through 8.
school pets, including 2 guinea pigs, 2 fish tanks housing 17 total fish, and one snake.
years combined experience in placing students among the members of our Secondary school outplacement team
We encourage our students to extend their fascination with the world, to gain confidence about their roles in the world, and to understand the world more fully through others.
2017-2018 Annual Fund
The Annual Fund is the Day School's philanthropic priority. We encourage all families to make a meaningful gift as we strive for 100% participation.