Last game of the season and we’re so proud of our Griffins! Check out all the photos on our Facebook page.
STCS 3rd-5th grade vs Chapelwood. Despite rain and cold weather, we played a great game that ended in a 2-2 tie! Way to go Griffins! Check out all the photos on our Facebook page.
Did you know you can support Saint Theresa Catholic School every time you shop on Amazon? It’s true! Click the button below to select STCS as your charity. Then every time you shop on Amazon go to smile.amazon.com to make your purchases. It’s exactly the same as amazon.com except that a portion of your purchases go to your charity of choice. So, bookmark smile.amazon.com or get into the habit of typing “smile…” and letting your browser fill in the rest of the url. It’s one of the easiest ways to give!
Charity is the cement that unites communities to God and individuals to each other.
-St. Vincent de Paul
“On behalf of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul and those we serve, I would like to extend my gratitude for your generous gifts of 24 bags of food. It has been said that if you take away a person’s dignity and honor, you have taken everything. Your donation will help restore that dignity and honor to so many in our area.”
-Society of St. Vincent de Paul
To read the letter in its entirety, please click here.
We would like to give a big thank you to Mr. Ben George and Ms. Toni Goldak for making it possible for us to host the 2018 Cardinal DiNardo Chess Tournament with such success. Ms. Debra Haney, Superintendent of Catholic Schools for the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston, presented trophies to teams and individual students at the end of the day. We did not maintain our top spot in the bracket–missing that title by a mere half point–but we are very proud of our 2nd place ranking overall. Way to go Griffins!
It is with justifiable pride that we acknowledge our Latin students for their achievements on a national level. Of the 23 students in Grades 7 and 8, thirteen of them have garnered honors for their performance on the National Latin Exam. In addition to individual student certificates, our school has earned a certificate for our participation in the National Latin Exam–a highly esteem assessment of Latin students’ skill–in which all 50 states compete as well as students from 24 foreign countries. Our thanks to Dr. Dean Cassella for developing an impressive Latin program!
Beginning with Grade 7, three students have earned a certificate with the recognition magna cum laude: Dallas Copelin, Geneva Perry, and Isabela Corridore.
These seventh graders have earned a certificate and a silver medal with the recognition maxima cum laude: Angie Nguyen, David Trinh, and Melina Hickel.
These 7th graders have earned a certificate and a gold medal, recognized for their performance summa cum laude: Ethan Mendoza and Lucille Newcomb.
In 8th grade, a certificate and silver medal—maxima cum laude—is given to these students: Mary Margaret Speed, Gabriela Chapa, and Ikeobasi Ezike.
Among the eighth graders, one student earned both a certificate and a gold medal summa cum laude: Sophia Pertez.
The Spring Family Festival and Field Day for 2018 was a great success! Students participated in a variety of competitions and took part in fun and games. Everyone enjoyed an outstanding Texas barbeque dinner with family and friends. Check out the photos on our STCS Facebook page.