A higher excellence in academics.
An education of the whole child.
Formed in 2012, we maintain a strong Catholic Identity that guides our actions. Our educators are committed to making a difference in our students' lives both inside and outside the classrooms, raising the next generation of Omaha's community leaders. Consortium schools are dedicated to growing students’ faith by educating them on Catholic teachings and how they can apply, walking with them in faith and equipping them to serve and lead according to the principles Jesus taught. Staff and students live this mission every day and welcome visitors to see these actions in person. We encourage you to visit our school's individual websites and/or in person for more on how Catholicism shines through, including examples of all-school mass, Kindness Counts all-school assemblies, community service projects and more.
The collaboration between our administrators and teachers is key to the success of the Consortium schools. We provide a faith-based education that places emphasis on learning while making the most of every dollar - investing in our students, teachers, communities and facilities.
Professional Development: Continual education of our staff is a priority. Administrators, teachers and staff from all five schools participate in the same professional development sessions throughout the year.
Student Assistant Teams (SAT): To assist students who are experiencing academic difficulties, our teams of parents, teachers and sometimes students, can help them improve. Based on shared responsibility, our teams can meet and explore possibilities and strategies that will best meet the student's individualized needs.
We are dedicated to enriching the learning experience by implementing innovative learning programs including the use of technology, standardized testing, guided reading programs more. Technology brings new, modern learning techniques and skills into the classroom. Standardized testing provides benchmarks instrumental for student growth. Guided reading courses and student assistance teams ensure every student is meeting their personalized education goals.
Our newer Transitional Kindergarten and Dual Language programs are meetings the needs of students all across our community.
TK is a two-year kindergarten program meant to support students who are eligible for kindergarten but who have either just missed the Nebraska age guideline or are not academically and/or socially ready to be successful in a traditional kindergarten setting.