At a Glance
Current Enrollment: 190
Class Size: 9-22 students
Number of Teaching Staff: 15 plus support staff
Students Served: Preschool to 8th Grade
School Colors: Royal Blue and Gold
Scool Mascot: Cougar
- Theme Day
- Christmas Program
- Catholic Schools Week
- Festival of the Educational Arts
- Spring Instrumental and Vocal Concerts
- Jazz Festival
- Shadow Way of the Cross
- Living Rosary
- Expanding Horizons
- Field Day
- Instrumental Music grades 5-8
- Jazz Band
- Track/Cross Country
- Builder's Club
Awards and Honors: Exemplary Accreditation through SPA (School Planning and Accreditation)
Principal: Tina Ellifson
What is Safeguarding All of God’s Family?
All efforts and programs in the Archdiocese of Milwaukee that relate to protecting God’s children and creating a safe environment come under the umbrella of Safeguarding All of God’s Family. As a faith-filled people, we respect and value each and every individual, as we are created in the image and likeness of God. This is why the Safeguarding All of God’s Family program has been established. The Archdiocese of Milwaukee is committed to creating a safe environment where all of God’s family – children, their parents and relatives, parish and school personnel, volunteers, clergy and archdiocesan central office personnel − will be able to work, live, and play in an environment where healthy and responsible relationships prevail.
St. Katharine Drexel Parish was formed in 2003 from the merger of three parishes: St. Michael (Madison St.), St. Patrick (Maple Ave.) and St. Peter (Spring St.) St. Katharine Drexel was born into a wealthy family in Philadelphia, but had a great love for the poor, especially Native Americans and African Americans. She founded the religious order Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament and died in 1955. She was canonized by Pope John Paul II on October 1, 2000. Her feast day is March 3rd.
Mass Schedule (Unless otherwise noted, all services are at 511 S. Spring St., Beaver Dam)
Sunday: 8:00AM, 10:00AM & 12 Noon (Spanish)
• Fr. Will Arnold
• Fr. Onildo Orellana
Our Patron Saint
Our school's patron saint is Saint Katharine Drexel, an American woman who dedicated herself to Christ and service to his people. Katharine was canonized on October 1, 2000, by Pope John Paul II in Saint Peter's Square, Vatican City, at the solemn celebration of Mass, where the Pope pro-claimed Mother Katharine Drexel, "Saint Katharine Drexel!"
"Nothing happens by chance."
-- Saint Katharine Drexel
You can learn more about St. Katharine Drexel, her life, her work and the religious order she founded (The Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament) at the following Web site: St. Katharine Drexel Official Site