ST. MONICA SCHOOL
Learn, Live, Love through Jesus
St. Monica Catholic School serves 4K-8th grade students (with 3K coming next year!) in a warm, challenging and faith-filled environment. Located in the heart of dynamic Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin, we understand the pressures of the 21st century world and seek to educate both mind and spirit. Academic rigor is balanced with mental health initiatives that offer an innovative experience to fully support each child. Between the state-of-the-art science lab and the brand new (2018) technology innovation center, St. Monica students are offered exciting learning opportunities.
We offer two classes per grade level. Larger than other Catholic schools in the area but smaller than the public schools, this is the perfect place for children to bond, grow wings, and then soar. Students leave for high school with a discipline that cannot be provided without a focus on God, family, service, and community. You have to see it to believe it!
Mr. Landgraf, in his fifth year as principal at St. Monica, has a passion for Catholic education and works every day to help students and teachers reach their full potential. Mrs. McIntyre, the Dean of Students, provides support in the areas of curriculum, communications, and discipline. This leadership team supports a network of highly qualified, enthusiastic and passionate teachers as we work toward a common goal: helping St. Monica students identify and reach their own.
We, St. Monica Parish School, are a Catholic community of learners. We are disciples of Christ whose lives are rooted in faith and service. We are committed to challenging the intellect and inspiring individual potential in an environment of growth, passion and possibility. We learn, live and love through Jesus.