Our Schools

Our Diocese has 12 schools, including three high schools in which we educate nearly 2,025 children.

These schools are in both rural and suburban areas. Our Catholic schools have maintained an excellence in teaching since 1868. Nearly 100 percent of our students go on to graduate from college. Many of our Catholic school graduates are presently serving in vital community service positions. Our Diocesan Catholic schools foster healthy vocations to the priesthood, religious life and to Christ-centered marriage and single life. 

Letters from the Superintendent of Schools
Catholic Schools COVID-19 Notices

MI Safe Schools
Executive Order 2020-142
Governor Whitmer Announces Next Steps for School Reopening in the Fall
4-2-2020 School Closure (pdf)
4-2-2020 MANS Continues Virtual Learning (pdf)


Private Schools Set Standard for In-Person Instruction


Nouvel grad Robi Stuart earns Michael Sadler award

Local private school sees uptick in enrollment for fall as many public schools go online

Michigan leaders fight federal funding for private schools

10-Year-Old Walks 100 Miles to Raise Money for School


Welcome Scholarship Application

Why Our Schools are Exceptional and Unique

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See How Faith Colors Every Day in Our Schools

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Reading and Writing Standards K-12