Welcome to St. Edward Catholic School. Students at St. Edward School flourish in a nurturing Christ-centered atmosphere that educates their minds and spirits. Our school has served the Tri-City area since 1963, offering a quality Catholic education. We provide a safe and loving environment where our students strive to be active Christians, lifelong learners, effective communicators, and socially and morally responsible members of our society.
For over 50 years the charisma and legacy of the Dominican Sisters of Mission San Jose have inspired our vision. The focus on prayer, study, community, and service are the hallmarks of our Dominican school. We received national recognition in "Innovations in Catholic Education" from Today's Catholic Teacher magazine for our student outreach program in which all of our children, K-8, serve the needs of our local and global communities.
Our devoted faculty and staff are committed to offering an academically rich curriculum, and work in partnership with parents to empower students to reach their full potential.
Although our website provides a great deal of information about our school, a visit will give you a sense of our student environment where all children are treasured and appreciated for their individual gifts and talents. Please contact Katrina Enriquez at firstname.lastname@example.org and schedule a tour, we would be happy to show you around!
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM 8th grade Breakfast
Above: We are so proud of Catalina and Johanna for winning the Director’s Award for Most Innovative Alternative Energy Project at The California Science & Engineering Fair in Los Angeles on April 30, 2019! We are so grateful to have such hard working and passionate young ladies as role models for our younger students; from everyone here at St. Edward School, CONGRATULATIONS!!! Also pictured above is the 2019 Field Day at St. Edward School!
Below: Mrs. Miranda and the St. Edward School 4th grade class on a fieldtrip to Columbia, as well as Sister Carolyn giving students an improptu lesson on lady bugs in rose gardens!