Shrine Catholic Schools has begun construction on an ambitious $2.1 million dollar project which will provide a state-of-the-art athletic field located on the high school and academy campus. Targeted for completion by Fall 2021, the new field not only will bring new opportunities for current student athletes but attract new students to the thriving schools.
Shrine Catholic Academy will welcome the inaugural class of sixth graders into their new middle school model next fall. Thank you to the Detroit Catholic this wonderful article sharing our plans as well as the announcement of our new Head of Schools!
Just a little under a month until the Shrine Catholic High School Performing Arts Department production of Children of Eden. As with most live events, things will look a little different this year. Live performance seating will be reserved for our cast members and their families. However, we will offer an online stream of our performance to the general public. Show dates are Friday and Saturday, March 26th and 27th at 7:30 pm and Sunday, March 28th at 3 pm from the Sanders Auditorium on the Shrine Catholic High School & Academy campus. Stream license is $20 per device and is available for purchase here: https://www.showtix4u.com/event-details/47984.
With an eye on continued academic excellence and a clear vision for the future, Shrine Catholic Schools names Joanne Swan Jones as its’ first Head of Schools. Shrine is a co-ed educational community that begins with 3-year-old preschool and continues through high-school.
Scholastic excellence is one of the pillars of Shrine's mission statement. While we celebrate academic achievement at all levels, at the completion of the seventh semester, we announce the Shrine Top Ten, the highest academic honor bestowed on a graduating senior.
Shrine’s new turf athletic field is happening! We’re planning to put “first shovel in the ground” this April in order for the new Athletic Field to be used in the fall! Above you see the Shrine Knights field where football, soccer and lacrosse are planned for Fall 2021!
20 + C + M + B + 21 Fr. John McKenzie and Fr. Joe Lang stopped by the schools last week to mark classroom doors with chalk. Catholics marking their homes with chalk for the Epiphany is a tradition that dates back centuries, signifying their homes are homes where Christ lives.
Our Shrine families helped deliver a (virtual) token of appreciation to our amazing teachers and staff! They deserve every second of Christmas break for the dedication that they have shown to our students! Thank you teachers and staff and Merry Christmas! #shrineteachersrock #shrinepride
We write to you again with sadness that we will not be able to return to our beloved school buildings during this 2019-20 school year. Per the Governor’s announcement and our Superintendent’s letter Shrine Catholic Schools will finish their academic school year from home utilizing the Distance Learning that we have begun.