Catherine traditional Catholic mama to wife to an amazing man.
Our school age kids have been going to Catholic schools. The one they were in this past year was progressive if it was anything. My dad teaches at a small, traditional school. I wish we had something like that around where we are not but we don't :(
My dd will be starting at a Catholic school this Fall for Kindergarten. I am truly excited and already feel quite welcomed in the school community. I feel the school is traditional however the parents put a great deal into the school so we have smaller class sizes, two classes per grade and extras in the Arts, Language, etc. that many other Catholic schools in the area do not.
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