• 5th Grade Flexible Seating

    5th Grade Flexible Seating

  • The Sullivan Family and MCS Sullivan Scholars enjoy the Cleveland Indians

    The Sullivan Family and MCS Sullivan Scholars enjoy the Cleveland Indians

  • 3rd Grade Keeping Healthy with their Fitness Trackers!

    3rd Grade Keeping Healthy with their Fitness Trackers!

  • 3rd Grade Made Catapults

    3rd Grade Made Catapults

  • Preschool at the Greater Cleveland Aquarium

    Preschool at the Greater Cleveland Aquarium

  • Boniface Students Enjoy Green Eggs & Ham During Dr. Seuss Week

    Boniface Students Enjoy Green Eggs & Ham During Dr. Seuss Week

  • Mrs. Lash Introduces Band Instruments

    Mrs. Lash Introduces Band Instruments

  • Sustainable Cleveland's Year of Vital Neighborhoods

    Sustainable Cleveland's Year of Vital Neighborhoods

  • 4th Grade - Comparing and Contrasting Characters

    4th Grade - Comparing and Contrasting Characters

  • Peace Pals Talk About Gratitude

    Peace Pals Talk About Gratitude

  • Student Ambassadors Welcome Esperanza

    Student Ambassadors Welcome Esperanza

  • Jr. High Students at Stone Lab

    Jr. High Students at Stone Lab

  • Jr. High Students attend Day of Hope Luncheon

    Jr. High Students attend Day of Hope Luncheon

  • Peace be with you...

    Peace be with you...

  • Proud Attendees at the Awards Assembly

    Proud Attendees at the Awards Assembly

  • The Community Youth Art Show was a great success.

    The Community Youth Art Show was a great success.

  • Gr. 8 Boys Greet St. Ignatius Visitors

    Gr. 8 Boys Greet St. Ignatius Visitors

  • Peace Pals in Action

    Peace Pals in Action

  • Jr. High Students lead our Prayer Service

    Jr. High Students lead our Prayer Service

  • Students from Akron U. & Miami of OH visit.

    Students from Akron U. & Miami of OH visit.

  • We love our playground.

    We love our playground.

  • We repainted the W. 58th St. birdhouses.

    We repainted the W. 58th St. birdhouses.

  • The Drama Club Paints Scenery for

    The Drama Club Paints Scenery for "BIG BAD"

  • Kindergarten Celebrates Our National Green Ribbon

    Kindergarten Celebrates Our National Green Ribbon

 

Welcome to Metro Catholic School

Metro Catholic School is a Preschool through Gr. 8 program located at two campuses on Cleveland's Near West Side.  We serve the educational needs of a diverse and changing population.  We offer a traditional curriculum along with many special learning programs and services in a safe and nurturing environment. Children thrive at Metro Catholic. We empower dreams. 

A National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence / A National Green Ribbon School
A Member of National Schools That Can / 5 Star Step Up To Quality

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We Give Catholic
THANK YOU!!!

We would like to thank everyone for their support!
We met our goal and are able to purchase child-friendly Bibles
and repair the playground slide at the Boniface Campus.


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Join us for CLUE!

Contact Judy Lewis at 216.634.2854
or lewisj@metrocatholic.net for more details!


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THE UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME
MARCHING BAND

VISITS METRO CATHOLIC SCHOOL

* To watch a video of their visit click here 

(The video and story below are both from an article written and published
by the Diocese of Cleveland.)

University of Notre Dame Band marches into hearts of Metro Catholic students

Students at Metro Catholic School in Cleveland had reason to “cheer, cheer for old Notre Dame” this week as 50 members of The University of Notre Dame’s Marching Band stopped by both of the school’s campuses during the group’s fall service trip.

The band members presented a short concert of Notre Dame Fan favorites, including “1812,” “Rakes of Mallow,” “Notre Dame, Our Mother” and the “Notre Dame Victory March,” then allowed students an up-close look at the instruments.

Following the concert at the Boniface campus on West 54thStreet and Denison Avenue, the fighting Irish musicians got down to work painting hop scotch and other playground games on the parking lot. Other students pulled weeds and planted flowers.

The student-led trip found Metro Catholic after doing a Google search for Catholic schools in Cleveland. After visiting the school’s website, trip organizers said they knew they had to visit.

Sam Miller, a student organizer said that she “picked Metro Catholic because I really wanted to serve Catholic schools because I have been greatly influenced by my Catholic education, and both of my parents are Catholic school teachers in the Archdiocese of Washington.” Miller, a trumpet player, also is studying to be a teacher.

Many members of the band have been coming on the service trip for years. “I love the idea of taking the gift of band and the gift to time and being able to donate to others with my friends,” said senior piccolo player Annie Hill.

“This is an opportunity to do something different. It’s about meeting people and getting involved in their community. We can get a lot done while we’re here,” said Daniel Griffin, a junior who plays the trumpet.

In addition to their stop at Metro Catholic, the group took time to serve at Laura's Home, Drink Local. Drink Tap., MedWish International, the Greater Cleveland Food Bank and Green Corps.

After completing their service projects in Cleveland, the group will board its bus and head back to South Bend, Indiana. The Irish take on that “team up North” this weekend and it’s likely there will be a few more younger viewers watching and hoping to see their new-found friends.

GO IRISH!!

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REGISTER NOW FOR THE 2019 - 2020 SCHOOL YEAR

For more information, call Angie Weinrich at 216.281.4044, ext. 128 or email weinricha@metrocatholic.net.

Please take a moment to visit the Admission tab on our website for further details.

ALL FAMILIES ARE WELCOME!
VOUCHERS ACCEPTED AND FINANCIAL AID AVAILABLE

Preschool – Grade 8 program:

  • National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence
  • National Green Ribbon School
  • Step Up To Quality 5 Star Rating for our Preschool
  • Enrichment and Special Needs Programs Available
  • Spirituality & Values Demonstrated and Taught
  • After School Programs:  Handbells, Choir, Sports, Band, Robotics, Drama, Healthy Eating, Economics & More
  • Free Tutoring & ESL
  • All Teachers Certified
  • Before & After School Care
  • Scholarships for Catholic High Schools Can Be Earned
  • Free Transportation Available

 

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As we start the 2019 - 2020 school year, we would like to wish
the Metro Catholic Class of 2019
GOOD LUCK as they begin their journey in high school!

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If Only...

Presented by the Drama Club

A story of the creation of our school by our founding mothers,
Sr. Grace Corbett, Sr. Regina Davala and Sr. Virginia Reesing,

with the help of St. Boniface Parish, St. Michael Parish, St. Stephen Parish,
faculties and staff and these parish schools, The Sisters of Notre Dame,
The Diocese of Cleveland and generous benefactors.

If Only... was written by a group of 7th & 8th grade students
five years ago.


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METRO CATHOLIC IS A COMMON SENSE SCHOOL!

Common Sense Schools are committed to deep implementation of the Common Sense Digital Citizenship Curriculum. Earning the Common Sense School badge is a symbol of your school's dedication to helping students think critically and use technology responsibly to learn, create, and participate.

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Metro Catholic's 30th Anniversary Celebration Continues!

As Metro Catholic School celebrated 30 years, we took time to honor people
who are significant to our school and its ongoing history.
Front row, left to right: Sr. Mary Jean Hoelke, SND, Sr. Grace Corbett, SND (Founding Mother) and Sr. Virginia Reesing, SND (Founding Mother)
Back row, left to right: Sr. Rita Mary Harwood, SND, Sr. Regina Davala, SND (Founding Mother), Sr. Patricia Gentile, SND, Sr. Patricia Garrahan, SND and Sr. Carol Dikovitsky, SND.
The drawings of the Stephen Building were done by our First Grade students, under the guidance of Mrs. Jane Andrews.




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Gordon Square Music Showcase

The Metro Catholic Choir, Band and Handbell Ensemble members had the opportunity to play for an audience at the Gordon Square Music Showcase. The event was sponsored by Councilman Matt Zone, and was a collaborative event with The Cleveland Orchestra and neighborhood schools.
Photos: © Hilary Bovay, Courtesy of The Cleveland Orchestra.













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December 12th is the Feast Day of

Our Lady of Guadalupe

Wishing you and your family a
Blessed Day!

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Metro Catholic Day of the Dead Artwork

Artwork done by our Junior High students was hung to
help celebrate Day of the Dead in the Detroit Shoreway neighborhood.

  

    


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Students and Teachers Celebrate
Metro Catholic's 30th Anniversary
during Spirit Day ~ Fall 2019

          

Kindergarten - 8th Grade
students celebrate and
thank God for
30 years of
Metro Catholic!

  Please click here
to watch a short
video.


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Spread Kindness ~ Stop Bullying

Longtime Cleveland broadcaster Denise Dufala is on a mission
to help stop bullying with the "Be Kind, Stick Together" program.

Denise visited Metro Catholic this summer, and interviewed
Metro Catholic alum, Emerald Hood.

     Please click here to watch the video that was featured on WKYC.

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When we say CONNECT we mean ~
take the time to get to know others.
This means listening to them,
reaching out to them in word or deed,
learning about their needs and concerns,
understanding the culture/faith/family
from which they come.

When we say RESPECT we mean ~
recognize the Christ that is within others. 
This means we speak and act
in ways that celebrate and honor the
inherent dignity of the person or group.

When we say PROTECT we mean ~
watch out for others so that
they are safe in all ways. 
This means we watch out for bullying
and speak up,
we build on the connections we have made
to not make judgements
about entire groups,
and we act as the hands of God
to shelter those who are in need.


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Preschool Receives
5 STAR RATING from
Step Up To Quality!

Our Preschool has received a 5 Star rating
from Step up to Quality and the
Ohio Department of Education.
Congratulations to Miss Weinrich
and the Preschool staff!

Step up to Quality recognizes and promotes
learning and development programs that
meet qualityprogram standards that exceed
preschool licensing and school age child care
licensing health and safety regulations.

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Enjoy the Metro Catholic Video here

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Breaking News

Walmart Foundation

November 19, 2019

Metro Catholic is pleased to announce a new collaboration of support from Walmart Foundation.  Thank you!

Sears Swetland Family Foundation

November 19, 2019

Sears Swetland Family Foundation has generously supported Metro Catholic's Green Program with a grant in the amount of $5,000.  We sincerely appreciate Sears Swetland Family Foundation's support.

Hyland Software, Inc.

November 19, 2019

Metro Catholic School was fortunate to receive $1,000 funding for our exciting 3D graphing program for our technology department from Hyland Software, Inc. Thank you Hyland Software, Inc!

Giant Eagle Foundation Grant

November 19, 2019

We would like to thank Giant Eagle Foundation for the recent grant we received for $10,000.  We are blessed to have their support for our ongoing efforts to ensure that our students receive the best education possible.

Anthony Avancini, Class of 2019, Receives Verneda Bentley Scholarship

October 14, 2019

Congratulations to Metro Catholic Alumni Anthony Avancini on being chosen to receive the Verneda Bentley Scholarship at St Ignatius High School. As long as Anthony continues his strong academic efforts, he will be honored with the scholarship each of his four years at St Ignatius.  We are proud of Anthony and of his teachers here at Metro Catholic who helped prepare him for his higher education.

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Event Calendar

Dec 16

All are invited to "Christmas", a concert presented by the Band, Choir and Handbell students.  The program will be held in St. Stephen Church on Monday, December 16th at 6:30 pm. 

Dec 19

All are invited to "The Night Before Christmas", a concert presented by the 1st Grade students.  The program will be held in the gym at the Stephen Campus on Monday, December 16th at 6:30 pm. (Stephen Campus - 1910 West 54th Street.  Enter the parking lot off of West 57th Street, between the Michael Building and Convent.)

Dec 20

End of the Second Quarter

Dec 23

Christmas Vacation ~ No Classes

Jan 07

Classes Resume

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