Catholic Identity is integral to the mission of St. Benedict Catholic School.
With the guidance of the Governor of our State, the Health Department, the CDC, the Diocese of Toledo, and the American Academy of Pediatrics, we have developed a plan for the opening of our school in the fall. The plan will be updated as new information becomes available. To read our full plan, please click here.
FULL DAY PRESCHOOL
FULL DAY KINDERGARTEN
MIDDLE SCHOOL SCIENCE LAB AND ELECTIVES
COMPUTER LAB, iPads, CHROMEBOOKS
ART, MUSIC, PHYSICAL EDUCATION
BEFORE SCHOOL SUPERVISION AVAILABLE FROM 7 a.m.
EXTENDED DAY UNTIL 6 p.m.
Our students attend weekly Mass, as well as Benediction and the Sacrament of Reconciliation throughout the year.
Children in this classroom are working
on forging social skills through collaboration
Our students form close relationships to last for years to come.
Located on the campus of Little Flower Parish, St. Benedict primarily serves Toledo, Sylvania and Springfield families.
St. Benedict School was formed for the 2010-2011 school year as a collaboration of two Catholic parishes, Little Flower and Our Lady of Lourdes.
To make a St. Benedict education more affordable, several scholarships are available for both parishioners and non-parishioners.
The Board of Trustees is pleased to announce Mrs. Patrice Tscherne as the next Principal of St. Benedict Catholic School.
“Mrs. Tscherne shares the mission of our school and is dedicated to the continuation of positively moving St. Benedict forward both academically and spiritually,” said Roz Needham, Board of Trustees Chairperson. “The board decision was unanimous. We are confident her leadership, administrative abilities and success as an experienced Catholic school teacher will serve her, the staff, and our families well.”
Mrs. Tscherne is well known and respected at St. Benedict Catholic School. She began teaching at St. Benedict in 2016 following 16 years of teaching within the Diocese of Toledo. She is an innovative thinker and is prepared for the challenges that may come in planning for opening the school next season despite the uncertainty of COVID-19.
“I am so honored to be chosen to lead our school,” said Mrs. Patrice Tscherne. “The biggest challenge for next year is balancing the health and safety of our students while keeping the spirit and community of our school alive. With God on our side, our dedicated staff will continue to move students’ education forward and provide the excellent education our families have come to expect.”
The board is confident Mrs. Tscherne has the skills necessary to navigate the school safely and smartly while always remaining anchored in Catholic mission and all decisions will be formed in consultation and collaboration with others.