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Academics

School Curriculum

In compliance with the guidelines of the Archdiocese of Detroit and the State of Michigan, the following subjects are taught at St. Edith Catholic School: ​

Religion Math
English Family Life (Gr. 3-8)
Reading Circle of Grace
Reading Skills Band/Choir (Gr. 7-8)
Science Social Studies
Vocabulary Spelling
Handwriting Computers
Foreign Languate Physical Education
Music Art

Share Time

St. Edith participates in the Livonia and Redford Share Time Program. Teachers specializing in the following subjects come to our school and teach on site:

Livonia Share Time Program

Computers (Gr. K-8) Music  (Gr. 1-6)
Art  (Gr. K-8)           Physical Education  (Gr. K-8)
Spanish  (Gr. K-8)     Choir (Gr. 7-8)
Algebra I (Gr. 8)   Band (Gr. 7-8)

 

Redford Share Time Program

 Spanish (Gr. 1-6)

Testing

Standardized aptitude and achievement tests are a means of identifying a child's capabilities and achievements at a particular level. Combined with other information, these tests help present teachers and parents with a picture of the total child. St. Edith Catholic School offers a complete battery of tests including:

  • IOWA Assessment - Grades: 1 - 8 (Fall of each year) 
  • Readiness Tests
  • High School Placement Test - Grade 8 (Fall of each year)
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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

Summer Office Hours:
Tuesday - Thursday 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Offices Closed Friday, June 30 - Monday, July 17th

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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