School rated grade of “A” by Indiana Department. of Education
Jan. 30th, 5-7pm
Evansville, IN – Jan. 29, 2020 – St. Benedict Cathedral School (St. Ben’s), located at 530 S. Harlan Avenue, Evansville, IN 47714 will open its doors this Thursday evening, Jan. 30th, to welcome families who are interested in learning more about the school which offers faith-based education to children Preschool through 8th grade. Come and See Night is an Evansville diocesan-wide effort to showcase its parochial schools.
“At St. Ben’s, we strive to form Christian disciples who proclaim the Catholic faith, achieve academic excellence and serve others,” said Kari Ford, school principal. “We welcome families between the hours of 5-7pm to come tour our school, learn about financial assistance options and ask questions that are important to them.”
St. Ben’s recently participated in an accreditation assessment by the Indiana Catholic Schools Consortium (ICSC), in partnership with the Indiana Diocesan Accreditation Quality Assurance Board (IDAQAB) and scored above network averages on nearly all measured criteria. The assessment is meant to gauge educational and cultural competencies against the Effective Learning Environment Observation Tool, otherwise known as ELEOT, which considers seven observation standards.
“We are extremely proud of our students, faculty and staff for displaying attributes which reflect the core values of St. Ben’s, every day,” added Ford. “It is with great pride that we invite others to Come and See.”
To learn more about St. Benedict Cathedral School or to schedule a private tour, visit https://www.saintbenedictcathedral.org/school/.