Local Golden Domer proves it’s not all Greek
As Brian Credo Jr. of Metairie took his seat on the field of Notre Dame Stadium in May,
the packed stands behind him gave the young classics scholar a fleeting taste of what
it might have been like wearing a gold helmet and running to daylight, toward Touchdown
Jesus, for Knute Rockne or Frank Leahy.
Tuition, fees for 2015-2016
The Office of Catholic Schools has provided tuition and fee information for all Catholic elementary schools (grades K-7) and high schools (grades 8-12) in the Archdiocese of New Orleans.
This information was provided by each school, which can be contacted for details.
Archbishop Shaw graduate shares his Catholic faith
Most new high school seniors spend their summer after graduation preparing for their first year of college. Justin Ortega, a 2015 Archbishop Shaw High School graduate, had a somewhat different post-high school summer. He promoted his first book, “Transformed by Faith: My Teenage Perspective.”
Sauerhoff to lead St. Michael
Tish Sauerhoff, the new principal of St. Michael Special School, served in the U.S. Air Force from 1994-97. After working for a Fortune 500 company as a lead systems analyst, she began her educational career in 2005.
SERVE experience taught dynamic duo life lessons
Since the summer before our eighth-grade year and up to now – the summer before our junior year – we have volunteered for Catholic Charities through their SERVE program at Faith Bible Camp in Covington.
St. Louis Cathedral statue repair: A Katrina healing
During St. Louis Cathedral’s first post-Katrina Mass nearly a decade ago, Archbishop Alfred Hughes made a promise rich in symbolic meaning.