Catholic Schools

"Be it known to all who enter here that Christ is the reason for this school, the unseen but ever-present Teacher in its classes, The Model of its faculty, the Inspiration of its students."

The mission of Maine Catholic Schools is to strengthen the Catholic Church and to create an environment in which the faith is preserved, nourished, shaped and communicated to foster values that give meaningful direction to the Christian family and society. This is accomplished through dedication to the growth, development and formation of the student by proclaiming the message, creating community, providing service and celebrating worship so that our students will become faith-filled Christians, creative and critical thinkers, life-long learners and confident contributors to our Church and communities.

Bishop Deeley names new superintendent of Maine Catholic Schools (February 11, 2015)

A look at what's new in our schools

Bishop Deeley visits Saint Dominic Academy's lower school in Lewiston. [more]

Students from St. Brigid School and Catherine McAuley H.S. make cards for seniors. [more]

Students from St. Thomas School sing for the bishop during a recent visit. [more]

Catholic school students sweep awards at speech contest held in Auburn.. [more]