Catholic Classic Learning
The foundation of Catholic Classic Learning is rooted in the Socratic teaching method supported by the fundamental tenets of Catholic identity and classic literature. Classic literature transcends time and culture to have universal appeal. This literature also has universal themes that coincide with our Catholic values. Such novels, short stories and poetry remain relevant through time. They are recognized for their artistic merit, quality and often for their groundbreaking nature. Students are instructed by connecting overlying time frames that relate to each of the subject areas. By using this method, students explore the history, inventions, writings, and social issues of each time period. The time frames are driven by a specific piece of classic literature focusing on a chronological progression that coincides with the benchmarks of all subject areas. This allows students to recognize from subject area to subject area the overall connection of their education.
Saint Stanislaus School serves students with disabilities with a combination of push in and pull out services. An Intervention Specialist, LD Tutor, Psychologist and Speech Therapist are part of the team to help all students succeed. Additionally, a full-time Basic Skills teacher assists our Primary students to give them a solid foundation for learning.
Our campus is unique. Parents can drop off their children for Kindergarten and watch them grow all the way until they graduate from high school. Cleveland Central Catholic and Saint Stanislaus don't only share a campus; we share a ministry. We prepare our students to succeed, grow in faith, and become strong members of the community.
- Ninety-four percent of our graduates continue their education in a Catholic high school
- Ninety-one percent of our graduates get accepted into their first choice high school
- Seventy-four percent of our Middle School students are at or above grade level performance in Reading and Math
- Eighty-seven percent of our First Graders read with proficiency
- Fifty percent of our staff has more than one teaching/administrative licenses and degrees
- One-hundred percent of our Third Graders passed the Ohio Third Grade Reading Guarantee Test four consecutive years in a row