Guardian Angels School

Why Choose Guardian Angels?

Why Choose Guardian Angels?

 

Guardian Angels School is a dynamic place to provide a formal education for your children. It has been an integral part of the parish and the Mt. Washington/Anderson community since 1895. A blend of traditional curricula, teaching methods, and current educational theories and practices drives the academic excellence found here. This combination of change and tradition has guided the development and growth of our school for more than 110 years. Catholic teachings and values permeate the educational environment, and religious education fosters knowledge of God and Church.

In partnership with the students’ parents, the goal of Guardian Angels’ administration and teaching staff is to establish an educational environment in which students are able to maximize their spiritual, academic, social and physical potentials. Teachers employ instructional methods and techniques that are consistent with the learning modalities of each student. We do not give credence to the “one size fits all” way of teaching. Students are accepted with their attributes and deficiencies as instruction is differentiated to accommodate their learning styles. The goal is to provide an enjoyable learning experience while challenging each child academically.

 

Facts about Guardian Angels School

  • New Enrichment & Gifted Program, Halo Bell, launched in 2014-2015 school year.
  • A tablet PC program is implemented in 6th, 7th, and 8th grades.
  • 100% of all students Grades 1-8 utilize Accelerated Math. The program allows students to progress at their own rate of learning with individualized objectives based upon their mastery level.
  • 100% of the students at G.A. participate in community service.
  • 95% of students participate in extra-curricular activities.
  • Guardian Angels has a state of the art broadcast studio. This is run by students and faculty and includes the “Angels on the Air” program.
  • The class of 2016 was awarded more than $380,000 in scholarships from local Catholic High Schools.