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Come join us for Pre- K and Kindergarten Round up
2016-2017 ITBS Scores
In September, MCS completed Iowa Test of Basic Skills for grades 3-8. Individual scores were shared with parents at Parent Teacher Conferences, along with Kansas Assessments from Spring 2016. The school performed exceptionally well. Learn more on the Academics page to learn more about how MCS students are excelling in the classroom!
MCS Flag Project
Dear Community and Guests,
Lent begins on Ash Wednesday, March 1 this year. Lent comes from the Anglo-Saxon lencten which means Spring. Lenctentid or springtide was the Saxon name for March because March is the month in which days begin to lengthen (also a root word of "lent.") Naturally, Spring is a time for renewal for those already baptized and for the sponsoring community being inspired by the conversion of the catachumens. It is also a time for penance. MCS students will receive the Sacrament of Penance on March 30.
As we celebrate the Easter Season, let us remember why we are here at Manhattan Catholic Schools. Keeping Christ in the daily lives of our students is paramount. We will conduct prayer services daily at MCS during Lent. Although we have a lot going on with testing, parent-teacher conferences, scholars bowl and track this month, we can still acknowledge the sacrifice that Jesus made for us. The 7th and 8th grade Living Stations of the Cross are on the calendar. Please come to Stations on Friday March 3 or March 10 for their presentation.
Again, thanks for your support for Manhattan Catholic Schools.
Learn about our STEM program
New to MCS this year is the addition of a dedicated STEM program! Students are learning in a hands-on way about the principles of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math, as they solve problems and innovate in the classroom.
Choosing Catholic Education
There are many reasons for choosing to invest in a Catholic Education for your child. Manhattan Catholic Schools is committed to developing each student in body, mind and spirit. However, we understand the many questions and decisions involved. Here are some reasons we believe in the value of a Catholic education: