About Our School

Our mission is to encourage each child to achieve his or her potential through a devotion to Christ and His teachings within a challenging and diverse curriculum.

  • Maintains and nurtures Catholic values within a Christ-centered environment
  • Safe, secure facilities and procedures in cooperation with local fire and police departments
  • Accredited school with strong challenging academic curriculum facilitated by master teachers

The Academic Program

We provide competitive programs with well-rounded offerings to educate the whole person. The core curriculum is in alignment with state and national standards and is rooted in the Catholic intellectual tradition.  In addition to the core curriculum, students participate in enrichment courses.

  • Certified Art teacher on staff - art classes once a week K-8
  • Band - Grades 4 to 8 beginners and Advanced
  • Music Education once per week
  • Choir grades 4 to 8.
  • Spanish is offered once a week PreK to 8.
  • Physical Education PreK to 8
  • Technology K to 8

Other opportunities include Homework Club, Academic Bowl Club grades 5 to 8; Student Ambassadors grades 4-8; Outreach Organization as part of National Junior Honor Society; Technology; STEM incorporated into Science classes, American Sign Language Club Grade 5


Active CYO - https://www.sjhawks.com/
Activities include: Cross Country, Soccer, volleyball, basketball, softball, baseball, track and field, pep squad, cheerleading.

  • 2022 CYO Speech Contest 1st Place - Alivia Rieland
  • 2022 CYO Speech Contest 2nd Place - Michaela Henderson
  • 2022 CYO Speech Contest 3rd Place Catherine Holzschuh
  • 2021 Diocese of Allentown 3rd-4th Grade Boys Team Champions - Cross Country
  • District 1 CYO JV Girls Basketball 2021-2022 Champions
  • District 1 CYO Varsity Boys Basketball 2021-2022 Runner-Up
  • District 1 CYO JV Boys Basketball 2021-2022 Runner-Up
  • Diocese of Allentown Track and Field Team Champions (6th, 7th and 8th grade boys and girls)

How we support students with learning differences

WIN Group - What I Need: students work in small groups during their technology class time for extra help completing assignments, as well as some remedial assistance. Program is mainly in our 7th and 8th grade, but is being expanded into 3rd through 6th. IU 20 provides reading remediation to students beginning in Kindergarten based on a set criteria. In addition, teachers differentiate by using reading groups and small group instruction time. Students with learning disabilities are given opportunities to take tests in a small group environment. Kindergarten and PreK4 have a full-time designated aide for each classroom.

Grade Levels

PK4 to Grade 8


1900 Washington Boulevard, Easton, Pennsylvania 18042, United States

Contact Name

Mrs. Okula, Principal

Contact Email


Extended Care Hours

Extended Care offered until 5:00 p.m.

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