We invite all students ages 4 through 9 to join us at Vacation Bible School this August. Volunteer helpers (in middle or high school) are also needed. Spend a week with us! Click the arrow below to register.
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Congrats, GRADUATES!

On Friday, June 1, twenty-nine eighth graders graduated from the School of the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen. This class has been awarded scholarship in excess of $350,000 from various high schools and foundations! This is a huge compliment not only to their hard work, but to the quality of education provided by our school.
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Cathedral Golf Open

Join Cathedral families and friends for a day of golf to support the school's endowment! All are invited to the Cathedral Golf Open on October 12, featuring a limited field, play-your-own-ball, and prizes for both gross and net team performances. Cost is $250 per golfer, or $900 for a foursome. Register by clicking here.
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Our vision is to foster our students' spiritual strength and to challenge them to achieve academic excellence.

The School of the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen is a Catholic parish school that celebrates the rich historical traditions of the past, works collaboratively with parents to invest in the present, and builds for the future.

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School of the Cathedral By the NumbersAt a Glance 

  • 70% of teachers have earned or are working towards an advanced degree
  • 17:1 student : teacher ratio
  • 376 total students in grades K through 8