St. Patrick of Heatherdowns Catholic School
St. Patrick of Heatherdowns Catholic School provides PreK-8th Grade children with on-going faith formation to develop each students' God-given talents and to prepare them for success in higher education and in life. We do this through a challenging curriculum, partnership with our parents, a nurturing, innovative staff and a supportive parish community.
St. Patrick of Heatherdowns welcomes families of all backgrounds and faiths to experience the comprehensive difference a top Catholic school provides. Consider your students' academic career a success story waiting to be written. Consider the potential to to be realized. Discover excellence.
St. Patrick of Heatherdowns has 300 students enrolled in PreK through 8th grade as of October 31, 2022.
The dedicated faculty and staff of St. Patrick of Heatherdowns believes each child is a gift from God. They are thankful for the opportunity to shape the next generation into kind, loving, responsible beings and instill the courage to strive for greatness.
"Education is one of the most important ways by which the Church fulfills its commitment to the dignity of the person and building of community." (National Conference of Catholic Bishops. To Teach As Jesus Did, Chapter 1, Article #3).
Catholic schools have the responsibility to inculcate spiritual values while developing the intellectual, social and physical aspects of the individual.
To achieve these objectives, St. Patrick of Heatherdowns Catholic School has been set up in accordance with standards established by the State of Ohio, the Diocese of Toledo and St. Patrick of Heatherdowns Parish.
The St. Patrick of Heatherdowns school community is composed of students and their families, educators and parishioners.
We believe each person is a valued, unique individual.
We believe in fostering the Gospel Guidelines and Life Skills taught in our school.
We believe our instructional practices accommodate a variety of learning styles to meet the needs of students.
We believe in preparing students to be life-long learners who share their talents as responsible citizens.
For the Diocese of Toledo’s Policy for the Protection of Minors and Young People, please see the document below.