The 22nd Annual St. Leo Fun Run, 5K & 10K is March 18th.  Sign-up today!  Visit the Run Leo Page under Annual Events and click on "sign-up."

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Learning Through Faith and Love

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Founded in 1953, today’s version of St. Leo Catholic School includes traditional kindergarten through eighth grade, along with a part-time preschool program for three and four-year-olds. A carefully chosen team of compassionate, growth-oriented teachers and staff guides the students of St. Leo with dedication to the school’s mission of educating the whole child within the framework of Gospel values and Catholic traditions. Click on the headline to read the full article that appeared in the February 2017 issue of Forsyth Family.

Achieving Educational Excellence One Child at a Time

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Whatever gifts and talents your child possesses, St. Leo meets his/her individual needs. Click on the headline to read the Triad Moms on Main Sunday Spotlight (1/22/17) in which Terri Hardy, Guidance Services Director, shares how St. Leo Catholic School helps each student reach his/her full potential.

The Power of Praise

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Supporting Your Child’s Potential by Nurturing a Growth Mindset. Read the blog from Mrs. Brown which was posted on Triad Moms on Main.
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Welcome to St. Leo Catholic School. I hope you enjoy learning more about our school.  After you've taken a tour of our site, please give us a call or send us an email as we'd love the opportunity to show you around our school and meet you in person.  We welcome students of all faiths and backgrounds.
 
The National Catholic Educational Association theme for this year is “Catholic Schools: Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Service.” This year at St. Leo Catholic School, we will explore how to grow with joy in faith, knowledge and service.
 
May your joy be full,
Mrs. Brown
Principal