Our Students

The journey from preschool to middle school is amazing and transformative. During their years at Saint Cecilia, our students make many discoveries along the way. They learn to master difficult skills, ideas and subjects. They encounter their own unique intellectual, creative and spiritual gifts. And they experience the joy of playing a meaningful role in the life of their community. Here older students mentor younger ones, offering practical help and encouragement, and discern what it means to lead with compassion and purpose.

SCCS strives to be accessible by:

  • Welcoming children who value a Catholic Education, regardless of religious background, gender, race, color, national or ethnic origin.
  • Providing tuition assistance for families with financial need.
  • Serving a richly diverse population.
  • Providing reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities.

Notice of nondiscriminatory policy regarding students:
St. Cecilia Catholic School admits students of any gender, race, color or national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to all students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan programs and athletic and other administered programs.

All are welcome here

At Saint Cecilia we celebrate diversity. Our student body includes children of different faith traditions, races, ethnicities, cultures and backgrounds. We’re committed to creating the kind of community where all children feel valued and appreciated.

Student Learning


Preschool and kindergarten students learn Christian values, reinforced through the “Three R’s” of Saint Cecilia Catholic School:

Reverence

  • For God
  • For all of Life

Respect

  • For ourselves
  • For others
  • For property

Responsibility

  • To our families
  • For our actions
  • For our school work
A 1st through 8th grade Saint Cecilia student is:

A student of Catholic faith who is respectful, shows reverence and is responsible, a child who

  • Acquires knowledge of faith, traditions and authentic teachings of the Catholic Church
  • Participates in liturgical, sacramental and prayer experiences
  •  Peacefully solves conflicts
  • Develops strategies for moral and ethical decision-making

An active learner who …

  • Is able to listen actively, speak clearly and write concisely and correctly
  • Works to improve self and academic success with strong work ethic through goal setting, study habit, time management and organizational skills
  • Demonstrates responsible use of technology to enhance learning
  • Practices academic risk-taking through critical and creative thinking, problem solving and working cooperatively

A servant learner who …

  • Acquires an awareness of the principles of Catholic social teaching
  • Demonstrates respect, reverence and responsibility for all of God’s creation
  • Responds to Christ’s call to serve

Over 20 Years of Developing Minds, Hearts and Character.

- A Catholic school on Bainbridge Island for young men and women, Pre-K through 8th grade. -