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Notes of Interest

April 12 & 13 - Gr. 6 to Camp Fitch

April 12 - All school Stations of the Cross 1:30 PM in the church.

April 13 - "Quiet Day" in observance of Holy Thursday.

April 14 - Good Friday. No School.

April 17 - Easter Monday. No School.

April 21 - Spring play Peter Pan Jr. at the Kent Stage. Perfomances at 12:45 and 7 PM. Admission is a free will donation.

April 22 - Spring play at the Kent Stage. Perfomance at 12 noon. Admission is a free will donation.

April 27 - Akron Hoban choir performance 10:30 AM

April 28 - Gr. 7 and 8 to the YSU English Festival.

April 29 - First Communion. 1 PM in the church.

May 3 - Confirmation. 7 PM in the church.

May 5 - May crowning. 1 PM in the church.

 Don't forget to bring your paper recyclables to our bin behind the school. We will recieve an extra $5 a ton bonus in observance of Earth Day.

Congratulations to third grade teacher, Mrs. Sue O'Connor. She has been awarded the Golden Apple Award. She is only one of seven teachers in the Diocese to receive this award.

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About our School

Today’s classroom meets tomorrow’s needs

Accredited by the State of Ohio and the Ohio Catholic School Accrediting Association, St. Patrick’s meets or exceeds all state standards. A comprehensive curriculum establishes a strong foundation for a continuous strengthening of student’s skills as they progress from kindergarten to eight grade in a safe, family-oriented environment.

We still place a value on the basics. Exposing young minds to a powerful combination of education and spirituality, our core curriculum includes religion, mathematics, science, language arts and social studies. Music and art are included in a strong fine arts program.

We have also made a commitment to technological innovation. Within the classroom experience, technology plays a vital role in student learning. Children are enriched by instruction in computer science. We continue to upgrade our computers and software as equipment and funds become available.

Challenging students to reach their full potential

What children learn from their teachers has a powerful influence on their character. Our faculty is composed of skilled, dedicated teachers, guidance counselors and tutors. They are sensitive to the uniqueness of each student, and provide them structure, discipline, and direction. They help them nurture and develop a positive self-image and a respect for others.

Teachers hold each child to a high standard of achievement. As a result of these high expectations, children are challenged in both class and homework assignments. Each student is expected to accept responsibility for his or her actions. Teachers feel that students do not fail; teachers fail students - and they are determined that each child will succeed. Letting each student know this enhances the student’s feeling of self worth.

A Commitment to Uphold Your Goals and Values

As parents, you have been the primary educators of your children. When you choose a school for your children, you are delegating part of your responsibility to that school. That is why it is so important to make sure the influence your children are exposed to at school will reinforce your own goals and values for those children.

At St. Patrick’s we are focused on protecting and nourishing your children’s faith while providing them a productive learning environment. Our goal is to help them acquire the skills, virtues, and habits of heart and mind they need to become productive, contributing Christian citizens.

Why a private school? Why a Parochial Education?

Our principal Howard Mancini welcomes the opportunity to meet with you personally and to answer any questions you might have. Contact us to arrange a tour of St. Patrick School.

We offer many programs, services, and extracurricular activities to meet your family’s needs, and to prepare your children for the 21st century.

  • Bus transport for the communities of Kent, Ravenna, Brimfield, Rootstown, Streetsboro, Tallmadge and Stow.
  • New Media Center with state-of-the-art technology
  • 15 SmartBoards for K-8 classroom use
  • Before and after-school care [link to Latchkey, Ie]
  • K-8 Music Education; Vocal & Instrumental
  • K-8 Art Classes with a student showcase at Kent State University
  • After-school clubs such as skiing, bowling, ice skating
  • Middle School band
  • Winter and Spring Musical
  • Middle School Environmental Education with 2-day camping experience
  • Education through travel with middle school class trips to NASA, Washington DC, and Niagara Falls
  • Piano Lab (22 keyboards)
  • Financial Assistance is available

St. Patrick’s School - Where Every Child is Special

Children of all Faiths are welcome.

Want to see what St. Patrick students can do? Call or stop by and ask for the brochure our 7th-graders designed last spring. You’ll be impressed by their abilities…and by what they have to say about their school.

Call 330-673-7232, use our inquiry form or stop by 127 Portage Street in historic Kent, Ohio.


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