Catholic School Vision 2020

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Catholic School Vision 2020

The Catholic Schools Office has launched Catholic School Vision 2020 (CSV2020), which is a strategic, multi-phase plan to reinvigorate the Manchester Catholic School system to become robust, competitive, and prosperous for years to come. The first phase, beginning in August 2018, will see St. Casimir and St. Anthony Schools in Manchester unified at the St. Anthony Belmont Street campus under a new name: Cardinal Lacroix Academy.

Vision:

  • Trinity becomes flagship school of the diocese and serves as a center for evangelization for New Hampshire.
  • Strong matriculation amongst the city’s Catholic schools.
  • Manchester areas schools are financially viable and provide strong Catholic identity within a robust academic environment.

Resources:

A Letter to Parents from Most Reverend Peter A. Libasci, D.D., Bishop of Manchester, and David A. Thibault, Superintendent of Catholic Schools

Parish Bulletin Announcement from Very Rev. Richard H. Dion, V.F., Pastor of St. Anthony of Padua Parish, and Rev. Eric Delisle, Administrator and Parochial Vicar of St. Hedwig Parish

Frequently Asked Questions: Cardinal Lacroix Academy