St. Helena Catholic School is accredited by Minnesota Nonpublic School Accrediting Association (MNSAA) and meets the standards set forth by the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis for Catholic Identity.
The average class size is 11. The teacher to student ratio is 1 teacher to every 9 students.
St. Helena Catholic School studentsʼ are offered many opportunities throughout the day to develop the whole child. In addition to extracurricular activities, all students in kindergarten through eighth grade, attend Spanish classes, library class once a week; physical education four times a week; and technology and music classes twice a week.
Art classes are held once a week. The sacrament of Holy Mass is offered twice a month for the entire student body along with Holy Days of Obligation. The Sacrament of Confession is offered twice a year during the school day for children who have made their first Confession.
The Staff of St. Helena Catholic School works together to ensure every child is being offered every opportunity to succeed. Staff and parents collaborate to recognize any areas in which students may need additional help. Title I services are available for students who are identified as needing extra support in math and reading, and classes are held before school with St. Helena teachers.
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