FAQs

School Uniforms +

General Uniform Components for Boys/Girls:

  • Navy blue or khaki uniform pants or shorts with school logo
  • Red, white or navy blue uniform polo shirts with school logo (short or long-sleeve)
  • Navy blue sweatshirts with school logo
  • Navy blue uniform sweaters with school logo
  • Red or blue fleece jackets with school logo
  • Red, white, navy blue, black or gray solid-color athletic shoes
  • Red, white or navy blue solid-color socks
  • P.E. uniform is worn on Tuesdays/Thursdays in grades 6-8 only which consists of a red t-shirt and navy blue shorts with school logo.

Girls in kindergarten through third grade can wear Macbeth plaid jumpers. Girls in all grades can wear Macbeth plaid skirts or kilts with navy blue biker shorts underneath.

All uniform items are available through Lands’ End School Uniforms. Preferred School:  900156308

Family Participation +

Each family is asked to make a tax-free contribution to the St. Theresa School Annual Fund because tuition alone doesn’t cover all the operational expenses. The School Board recommends a donation of $800 per family per school year.

According to the St. Theresa Catholic School contract, each family must meet the following financial obligations:

  • Contribute $200 to the Scrip Program
  • Donate $200 toward the Parents’ Club School Auction
  • Purchase $75 in raffle tickets for the Parents’ Club School Auction
  • Volunteer a minimum of 35 hours (15 for single parents) throughout the school year. A $35/hr charge will be assessed for not satisfying the required volunteer hours
  • Work four shifts per child as a Parking Lot volunteer
  • Volunteer in some capacity (three shifts per child) in the Event Center during CYO events
Non-Discrimination Policy +

St. Theresa School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.