Academic excellence, critical thinking abilities, and technological competence enable students to develop communication and cooperation skills that empower them to assume a vital role in society.
Students in Grade Prek-6 establish a foundation of life skills and learning to propel them on their faith filled life journey.
Religion will be taught each school day by the classroom teacher. We use the “Call to Faith” textbook series. This program offers a learning process that fully engages students families and teachers at all levels of experience.
Mathematics is taught in all grades. We use the Scott Foresman textbook series called enVision, which incorporates both traditional paper-based methods. As well as technologically-enhanced, web-based methods.
Reading is taught in all grades. We use the Houghton Mifflin textbook series.
Cathedral School utilizes Mystery Science and Generation Genius for science classes.
Cathedral School utilizes a variety of curriculum for teaching Social Studies. It is often incorporated in other subject areas. Sixth grade focuses on Minnesota History.
Art is taught three days a week to K-6 grade classes. Students will be instructed to learn and develop in many areas of the arts including pottery, handmade crafts and exploring many Artists from the past.
Physical education is taught five days a week. Course content covers a wide variety of both group and individual activities.
The Cathedral school has a library which is open to all students.
For more information or to ask questions on these or other school education programs, please contact Principal Stephanie Webster at (218) 281-1835.