Award Year: 2020

Saint Katharine Of Siena School

116 South Aberdeen Avenue
Wayne, PA, 19087-4102

(610) 688-5451

Mr. Frank Tosti, Principal at time of Nomination

Archdiocese of Philadelphia

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Mission

Guided by the teachings of Jesus Christ, St. Katharine of Siena School is a Catholic community educating students in kindergarten through 8th grade. We are committed to academic excellence through a rigorous learning environment that seeks to develop the whole child, integrating Catholic values of service and respect for all God's people.

Student Demographics
  • Black/African American: 1%
  • White: 96%
  • Hispanic: 2%
  • Asian: 1%
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Growing together at Saint Katharine of Siena School

Growing together at Saint Katharine of Siena School

Saint Katharine of Siena School is a vibrant and joyful community educating students in kindergarten through eighth grade. Jesus Christ is our model and guide as we learn and develop throughout the school year. A dedicated faculty and supportive administration, partnered with engaged parents and families, provide our students with the best foundation for their educational journey. Advances in technology, teaching strategies, and social-emotional learning provide a strong framework for success for our students. A walk through our hallways easily displays the excitement and joy that our students have for learning and their school community.

In recent years we have upgraded our school's instructional program with the latest technology including Chromebooks, iPads, 3D printers, virtual reality viewers, and online programs to help students bridge their learning from school to home. Our faculty is given many opportunities to research and practice new teaching strategies in order to cater to our students' individual needs. Kindness and compassion towards others are integral components in our school. We promote a strong community where relationships are cultivated and concern for the needs of others is at the forefront. Students graduate Saint Katharine of Siena School with the tools to not only succeed in our current world, but thrive as leaders.