Saint Patrick School is dedicated to the achievement of all students. As a school community, we seek to encourage every student to reach their academic potential and be an example of our Catholic identity by living the Gospel message in service to others.
The community of Saint Patrick School is dedicated to the Gospel message of love, hope, and service to all. While witnessing the message of Jesus Christ, the school enables its students to acquire the knowledge and values needed to prepare them to be active members of society. A spirit of true generosity nurtures the faith formation of each child. We embrace the diverse learning styles of all students and seek to foster achievement and challenge every student to reach their academic potential. We at Saint Patrick School promote the ongoing enhancement of our faith community through academic knowledge and service to others.
FAITH • ACHIEVEMENT • COMMUNITY
St. Patrick School participated for the first time in the Junior Model UN event sponsored by the NJ Consortium for the Gifted and Talented and hosted by Drew University. 8th graders Caitlin Kelly, Alex Jancewicz, and Christian Rosowicz participated as Israel debating the education of women. Mary Kate Vowells, Maddie Morton, and Charlotte Hamilton competed as South Korea discussing nuclear proliferation. Under the direction of faculty members, Miss Auriema and Miss Dickinson, both teams worked extremely hard and won awards within their committees. Israel was awarded Best Delegation(1st place). South Korea was awarded Outstanding Delegation (2nd place). Congratulations to both teams on a job well done!