Introducing our first
Dual Language Academy

Discover the Omaha Catholic School Consortium Dual Language Academy at Saint Stanislaus Early Childhood Education Center, an educational model that brings together native English speakers and native Spanish speakers so they may learn together and serve as language models for one another.

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FREE Dual Language Family event - March 31

Come to meet other families interested in Dual Language Academy as well as those already enrolled in the program. Information and updates on Dual Language Academy will be shared while crafts are available for children, followed by an Easter Egg Hunt

Interested in this unique program? Join us!

Event information HERE -> DL Easter Event info and details also below:

Holy Saturday

10 a.m.

College of St. Mary Campus- Meet inside Ward Hall near 72nd & Mercy (follow the signs)

RSVP to Blair at 402-590-2815 OR Bbonczynski@archomaha.org

Five Schools. One Mission.

The Omaha Catholic School Consortium provides academic, administrative and financial support to its member schools to ensure students have access to an exceptional education in a nurturing and culturally unique environment, where they are encouraged to explore their Catholic faith and become Disciples of Christ. We are committed to Catholic education that will thrive in our community for generations to come.

Our Schools

Faith in every part of our schools.

Formation is integral to daily instruction. Students are challenged to become faith-filled leaders in service to God and others.

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Benefits of the Consortium

Shared Resources

We are achieving more efficient cost management, curriculum enhancements, staff development, and classroom innovations.

Teacher Collaboration

Administrators and staff collaborate regularly, attend monthly professional development, and share their love of teaching and learning with one another.

Innovative Learning

Programs include blended learning, REACH Program, multi language studies and integrated technology. Our Archdiocesan educational standards exceed state and national requirements.

Measuring Success

We serve students in pre-school through eighth grade. Students experience a robust curriculum that includes study in traditional coursework, dual language immersion and an array of electives, all designed to challenge our students and provide an exceptional learning environment. Based on 2016-17 school year data: 1,797 pre-school - eighth grade students ; 279 pre-K students; 40 percent minority; 89 percent Catholic; 14:1 Student to Staff Ratio

Enrollment Growth Since 2013
Graduates Attend Catholic High School
Consortium students who receive tuition assistance

Questions? Let's talk.

Are you interested in enrollment at one of our Catholic Schools or would like to know more about the Omaha Catholic School Consortium?