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Welcome Visitors

Welcome to the redesigned
St Edith website

We hope you that you enjoy the new look and feel of St. Edith's website. The site was updated to take advantage of technology that will make it easier to share news and information about the great things the pupils are doing at St Edith.  We invite you to look around the new site and discover what is happening at St. Edith Catholic School. 

 

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Welcome to the redesigned
St Edith website

We hope you that you enjoy the new look and feel of St. Edith's website. The site was updated to take advantage of technology that will make it easier to share news and information about the great things the pupils are doing at St Edith.  We invite you to look around the new site and discover what is happening at St. Edith Catholic School. 

 

Welcome Message from our Principal

On behalf of the staff, I take pleasure in welcoming you to St. Edith Catholic School. This web site is published so that all students and parents of St. Edith may have information regarding the daily operation of our school. When this web site does not give you the information you need, please feel free to contact my office for assistance at (734) 464-1250.  

~ Mrs. Georgene Wojciechowski Principal

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15089 Newburgh Road, Livonia, MI 48154
Phone: 734-464-1250

 

Our Mission

St. Edith Catholic School “teaches as Jesus did” with love, care, and discipline, centering on the Eucharist, and focusing on students: our gifts and our future.

School Office Hours:
Monday - Friday 7:30 AM - 3:15 PM

Our Mission

St. Edith Catholic School “teaches as Jesus did” with love, care, and discipline, centering on the Eucharist, and focusing on students: our gifts and our future.

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