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In The News

Stay Current with what is happening at the Catholic Education Foundation.

We Are St. Thomas

It is communities like the one we have in the Byzantine-Latino Quarter of Los Angeles that remind of us of rich history and nostalgic eateries of early LA. The school communities here have housed committed families and teachers alike for decades. As we now sit...

Let Justice and Mercy Start With Me

We continue to receive stories from families, donors, and students who are sharing their first-hand experiences of how they are overcoming the global pandemic in creative ways. Even amidst the current movement for racial equality, the students of St. Athanasius School in Long Beach are...

Our Parents are the Facilitators

Principal Linda Guzman of St. Paul Dual Language Academy wrote in and told us how her teachers and the parents of her students are the true heroes during Distance Learning! From collaborating with Catholic organizations to make sure that they are providing quality experiences for...

Plugged In, Yet Disconnected?

We have yet another heart warming story from one of our favorite San Fernando Region schools, Our Lady of Grace Catholic School in Encino. We asked them to open their hearts and share their experience with us all, and here is what Principal, Thomas Ambriz...

Ahead of the Curve

When asked by our public health officials to "Flatten the Curve", the Phantoms saw no problem at all. Knowing that the administrators and teachers who work for Catholic schools are constantly attempting to cultivate and grow the entire human, we knew that asking our partners...

Prepared For Anything

Much like many of our Archdiocesan schools, St. Anthony of Padua school in Gardena quickly adapted after receiving news that their school site would be coming to a temporary close in one day, and just 4 days later, they were up and running with packets...