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Community. Faith. Excellence.
Hands on learning is important to us at St. Hedwig School. In science, our Kindergarten students learned how to make a hypothesis and record the results by making a pumpkin lava lamp.
For the past six weeks, students have been learning on campus and making new friends safely.
As part of fifth grade's experiments on the changing state of matter, Grace Twomey turned sugar water into crystals. She got a big surprise when it was done — a perfect heart. The world is still full of love, Celtics.
Our middle school science teacher continues to engage our students with STEM projects through distance learning. Students were challenged to create something with a paper towel. Check out a few of the their projects.
At St. Hedwig School, we're all about showing gratitude and love for our community. All students were encouraged to make cards, posters or videos to let those on the front lines in the hospitals know how much we appreciate their efforts to keep us all safe and healthy.
At a Glance
- 100% of Teachers are Credentialed, 75% teachers have their Masters
- 1:1 Technology in grades 5-8
- 71%+ of St. Hedwig graduates achieve Honor Roll
- 20 Extra Curricular Programs, including athletics, band, and art