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St. John the Baptist Catholic School

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St. John the Baptist Catholic School

217 Fitch Street
Healdsburg, CA 95448

FAITH - ACTION - INTEGRITY - THOUGHT - HEART

St. John the Baptist Catholic School has been educating students in the Catholic tradition since 1950. We strive to educate the whole child: spiritually, emotionally, socially, intellectually, artistically, and physically. We continue to provide strong academic programs that are integrated with strong Catholic values, a sense of family, and community outreach. We serve grades TK to 8th grade and are located in beautiful Sonoma County.

Committed to the values of the Catholic faith, the FAITH system encourages and promotes the following principles: Faith, Action, Integrity, Thought, and Heart.

Visit us soon and see what makes St. John the Baptist Catholic School a special place for families.

Our Curriculum The curriculum at St. John the Baptist School includes national standards, state standards and Diocesan standards and guidelines.

Students in grades TK through 8th grade are involved in many activities aimed at mastering their grade level concepts so that when they graduate from St. John School, they are equipped with the tools they need to succeed in high school, college and beyond.

Our educators also recognize that the concepts taught in Common Core Curriculum for Language Arts can also be reinforced across other curriculum areas such as social studies, math, and/or science. By integrating the curriculum concepts into other subject areas, students can make deeper connections and become critical thinkers and lifelong learners.

Our core curriculum includes:

Math, Language Arts, Religion, Science, Science Lab for 6th–8th grades, Social Studies.

ENRICHMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Providing a well-balanced curriculum is a St. John Catholic School hallmark. All students, Kindergarten through 8th grade, attend the following classes as part of their weekly curriculum:

Music, Spanish, Technology, Physical Education, Art, Coding.

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