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Catholic schools’ 2017 roll call: Diocesan schools adding ‘recruitment and retention’ efforts to strong ‘faith and academics’ mission

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The number of students enrolled in Catholic schools declined by 285 from last year, according to the diocesan schools office, and while that is a cause for concern, the superintendent and several principals said the figures are only part of Catholic education.

The numbers are recorded annually using the enrollment as of Sept. 30. This year, 9,799 children are enrolled in Catholic education — including parish early education programs — compared with 10,084 in 2016-17.

Most of the schools are within a few students of last year’s numbers, while some have seen significant drops. A number of schools have seen increases. Read more »

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Salesianum senior a National Merit winner

WILMINGTON – Jonathan Parmer, a senior at Salesianum School, was named a corporate-sponsored National Merit Scholarship winner, the only student from Delaware to gain that honor in the latest round of scholarships.

Approximately 1,000 high school seniors received awards from some 200 corporations. Corporate sponsors provide funds for the children of their employees, residents of the community they serve, or students who plan to pursue careers the sponsor wishes to encourage.

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