60+ – Founded in 1961, St. Louise is celebrating 60+ years of providing a values-based education with high academic standards taught in lovingly disciplined classrooms.
20 – Average class size. With two classes in each grade K-8, most homerooms have 20 or fewer students.
13:1 – Overall student to teacher ratio for the entire student body. Our Pre-K and Kindergarten classes boast a 10:1 student to teacher ratio with the help of full-time instruction assistants in those classes.
45 – Faculty and Staff. The St. Louise teaching faculty includes 27 teachers, including specialists in math, technology, art, music, physical education, library, Spanish and learning/student support. In addition, we have 7 instructional assistants, 3 before and after care supervisors, a technology support specialist, school nurse and various administrative & support staff.
15 – Ethnicities represented by students at St. Louise. We are proud to be a very culturally diverse community with out student body being comprised of families representing 30 different countries!
100% - 100% of our 8th graders graduate. In an average year, our graduates go on to 12 different high schools in the area. Most of our graduates are accepted to highly selective Catholic high schools or enroll in the public high school's Advanced Placement or International Baccalaureate programs.
20 – Homeroom classes equipped with state-of-the-art technology and interactive flat panel displays. In addition to classroom technology, St. Louise has a fully equipped Science Lab, Technology Lab, and Art Room.
12 – Alumni or Alumni Parents on staff. We are honored that so many of our Alumni and Alumni families choose to return to St. Louise to continue their vocation and dedication to Catholic education. Even our Principal, Mike Fuerte, was once a student at St. Louise.
15+ - Extracurricular Activities available to our students. We offer many after school activities throughout the school year including competitive math and speech teams, robotics, chess, choir, cooking, art, STEM, debate, mock trial, band. St. Louise also participates in CYO (Catholic Youth Organization) sports – fielding teams in soccer, cross country, volleyball, basketball, track & field, and baseball.
2x – Twice monthly all school Masses are celebrated with much student involvement. 6-8 graders take on roles as lecterns, eucharistic ministers, ushers, and altar servers. Even students as young as kindergarten can participate as readers and musicians.
$2,000,000 – Fr. Phil Wallace Endowment Fund. Thanks to many generous donors to our endowment fund as well as the Fulcrum Foundation, 50% of our families receive tuition assistance.
1,000 – student served community service hours annually. ALL students participate in community service projects each year benefitting local organizations such as Thanksgiving food drives and year long support of New Bethlehem Programs.
250 – Parent Volunteers. St. Louise is a parent participation school. Our families are strengthened by greater school involvement, while our children benefit in countless ways from their parents working as library workers, classroom helpers, office assistants and playground supervisors to name a few.