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Welcome to St. Louis Catholic School

We are so glad you have chosen to learn more about our Preschool through 8th grade Catholic school!  In response to the coronavirus pandemic, our campus is closed for the academic school year. However, we are still open for business "virtually" and our students have been continuing their studies through e-Learning since March 17th. Through our distance learning, we continue to ensure each child is rooted in faith and growing in Christ through an academic program that emphasizes gospel values, Catholic virtues, scholarly rigor and excellence. Our goal is to provide each student with the faith and academic tools necessary to become successful life learners. We look forward to seeing our students again soon!
For general inquiries, please contact Please note, this mailbox is monitored daily, but there may be a delay in replies.
For questions regarding admissions, please contact Mrs. Renee Madden at
For questions regarding school communications and development, please contact Mrs. Kristin Matheis at
Please see our faculty and staff directory for contact information for our administration and teachers.

At A Glance

  • Founded 1956
  • 2 classes per grade level
  • Average enrollment: 515 students
  • Half-day preschool/Full-day K-8
  • Majority of students perform in top 25% on Diocesan and National standardized tests
  • Virginia Distinguished Purple Star School
  • Extended Day Care K-8
  • Advanced technology & state-of-the-art media center
  • Enthusiastic and active PTO

Recent News

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COVID-19 STL Family Assistance

We have met two-thirds of our Annual Fund goal of $75,000 for improvements to our playground. As a school, we are choosing to halt fundraising for the playground and redirect the remainder of funds raised through the campaign toward COVID-19 STL Family Assistance. The physical and financial health of several of our St. Louis School families has been impacted by COVID-19, and #GivingTuesdayNow is an opportunity for our #STLStrong community to pull together to help one another.
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STL Family Business Directory

During these times of uncertainty, please support the St. Louis family and alumni businesses in our area. View our new STL Family Business Directory and check back often as we update it with new information. #ShopSTL #BuySTL
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St. Louis Kids Serve Too!

April is the “Month of the Military Child.” There are 1.2 million military children of active duty members worldwide. As a Purple Star school, we are honored to call some of them our friends and classmates at St. Louis. During the month of April, we would like to run a special “St. Louis Kids Serve Too” social media campaign that recognizes the military families in our St. Louis School community.
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Living Stations of the Cross

St. Louis 8th Grade students have traditionally presented Living Stations of the Cross. Please prayerfully join them in this virtual production.
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Hawk Family Fun - Holy Week Selfie Scavenger Hunt

Download the Selfie Scavenger Hunt and go out and enjoy some relaxed and fun time with your family with this week's Hawk Family Fun activity. We'll post your finds on social media when we return from Easter Break. **Please practice social distancing and abide by the stay at home order as appropriate.***
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#STLStrong Coloring Page

We're in this together! The fleur de lis not only represents St. Louis School but is a lily that is also a symbol of Hope. Download this coloring sheet, decorate it, and hang it in your window. If we spot it, you may receive a surprise at your door!
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Share Your Hawk's Nest With Us!

We'd love to see our students in their e-learning spaces or participating in activities - whether it be indoors for cooking or outside for weather, nature, PE and recess (we still need some breaks in our day!). Send your pictures to and we'll share them daily.
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40 Days, 40 Acts

Social distancing doesn't mean that we can't continue to participate in acts of kindness and giving this Lenten season. Look for other ways that you can extend yourself to others...helping a neighbor with yardwork, putting together care packages or simply a card or phone call to check in, older siblings helping out younger with school work, etc. We're still collecting photos and will be posting to social media throughout Lent. Send us your photos of acts of kindness and giving to

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