St. Charles Borromeo Catholic School 79 Harrison St. Coldwater, Michigan (517) 279-0404 To Contact Us - Please Click Here
(Updated: December 19th, 2014)
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St. Charles School Prays For:
All of Our Students
All of Our Parents
All of Our Teachers and Their Families
Roger Klien - Miss Klein's Father
Vincent B. Klein
In Loving Memory of Fr. Poh
Mrs. Hurst & Husband
November Students of the Month
The Feast of St. Charles Mass November 4th
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Give your child the gift of a strong educational foundation in a family-centered, Catholic faith–based community, open to all faiths.
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- Pre School, TK, & All Day Kindergarten
- 1st Grade through 8th Grade
- Small class sizes
- Before & after school licensed child care
- Hot lunch program
- Fully accredited by the State of Michigan
- High academic standards
- Strong emphasis on Catholic Theology, Religion, and Liturgy
(Tuition assistance available for qualified applicants. Call for a tour or more information).
St. Charles Borromeo Catholic School nurtures unity between Faith and culture in our students by providing academic excellence and a spiritual and intellectual encounter with Jesus Christ, developing the whole person as a reflection of Jesus.
Each staff member and student of St. Charles Borromeo Catholic School recognizes that we are fellow disciples of Jesus, the unseen teacher present in every classroom.
St. Charles Borromeo Catholic School embraces a rich tradition of learning while preparing our students for the future. Administration, faculty and staff members work in partnership with our families to educate and develop the whole child through academic fundamentals, creative arts, technology, language arts enrichment and Theology in full fidelity to Christ and His Church. This learning enables students to appreciate and honor God’s creation while developing intellectually, socially, emotionally and spiritually. Our approach, enriched with prayer, liturgy and service opportunities, establishes a firm foundation for each student’s God-given vocation and builds a culture of holiness in our community.