Learning Leads to Independence

Our students come to Saint Catherine Academy with a need: a need to learn; a need to belong; a need to be recognized. We meet the student where they are and work to move them forward in their interpersonal skills, academic skills, vocational experiences—all to build life skills that leads them to independence.

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A Visit to the Fairfield Police Department


Mrs. LaPorta’s and Ms. Darlene’s Vocational Class took a community field trip to the Fairfield Police Department to learn how the Police Department operates. Upon arrival, the students were met by Lt. Jim Perez who shoed the students all around the department including where people are fingerprinted, and put

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Celebrating St. Catherine’s First Student


(Reprinted from Fairfield County Catholic- Pat Hennessy)

When James Barry stepped off the bus on the opening day of school at St. Catherine Academy on August 30, 1999, he was the first student to be welcomed into the new school. With

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 November 25  “Hats for Homeless”
Early Dismissal
November 26 Happy Thanksgiving
November 27 No School
December 3 Knights of Columbus Museum Tree Decorating
December 8 No School
December 11 Snow Queen
Western CT State University
 December 23  10:00am  Annual Christmas Pageant
Early Dismissal