Why a Small School?
RELATIONSHIPS ARE CORE TO OUR APPROACH
OUR BOYS FORM BONDS THAT ENDURE
Our school has intentionally stayed small so that every boy can feel known and understood for who he is. We are committed to remaining small in size and large in influence.
Our teachers approach each boy individually, identifying his strengths and opportunities for growth. Because each boy is known by the community, learning happens not only in the classroom, but also in the hallways, at recess, and on the sports fields. Whenever they have the opportunity, Cathedral alumni return to campus to visit their former teachers and the school that shaped who they are.
With programs that emphasize compassion and generosity of spirit, students form a brotherhood in which boys help each other rather than competing with one another. You see it in a wave and smile in the hallway from a sixth grader to a third grader, the pride in a little boy’s face when his “Big Brother” delivers his Chapel Talk, or when the whole school comes out for a championship soccer game.
Strong relationships build empathy, respect, and open-hearted compassion.
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