Our curriculum is based on
standards established by the Archdiocese of
CURRICULUM DETAILS to access
Archdiocese Parent Guides for each grade, K5-8.
Catholic East is accredited
by the Wisconsin Religious and Independent
Schools Accreditation Association.
opened our Holy Rosary Sister Ellen Barrett Campus
with the start of the 2011-12 school year. This historic building
has been completely renovated to meet the needs of
Grade K3 to Grade 2.
learning - Catholic East is committed
to equipping our teachers and students with
current learning technology. Our classrooms
include SMARTBoards. The SMARTBoard interactive white board is a
touch-sensitive display that connects to
computers and digital projectors. Using a
finger, teachers and students can control
computer applications, write notes, pull up
charts and images, search the Internet, play
videos and save their work. The blend of visual,
kinesthetic and auditory experiences help
different kinds of learners excel.
Small-class sizes – All but one class
had 16 to 24 students during the 2011-12 school
year. Our goal is for every student to get the individual attention, support and encouragement he or she needs every day.
Our Math program stresses practical problem-solving. Our
new reading programs integrates basic reading texts with phonics.
Kids Campus, our before- and
after-school care program, is staffed by licensed teachers
at our Holy Rosary and SS. Peter and Paul
Campuses. Homework help as well as
playtime is offered from 7 a.m. to 8 a.m., and
from 3 p.m. until 6 p.m. every school
Our kindergarten gives young children a
solid introduction to learning in a nurturing
environment. Choose a half-day or full-day program
for your three- year-old. Four and Five-year-olds
attend all day.
Citizenship: Connecting With the Wider
In our Citizenship program,
students focus on a different trait each month that helps
them live Gospel values and make good decisions.
student from each grade is selected as “Citizen of the Month”
from teacher nominations and recognized for his
or her embodiment of the theme.
Citizens of the Month in Grades 3-8 then visit the elderly
residents at the nearby Milwaukee Catholic Home.
during the 2012-13 school year: High
Expectations, Peace, Compassion, Kindness,
Celebrating Diversity, Courage, Commitment, and
The Archdiocese of Milwaukee
recognized our Citizenship service project with
a Justice and Peace Award in 2004.