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Mrs. Wojciechowski
Principal

This is my 30th year working in Catholic education for the Archdiocese of Detroit. My teaching career began in 6th grade at St. Valentine Catholic School, Redford. I was the Director of Religious Education for Preschool – Elementary at St. Genevieve, Livonia for 10 years.  I moved to St. Mel Catholic School, Dearborn Heights as Principal for 8 years. I was coordinator for special projects for Safe Environments for the Archdiocese of Detroit.  For 8 years I was an Associate Superintendent for the Catholic Schools Office at the Archdiocese of Detroit.  My next position was at St. Catherine of Siena Academy, Wixom as Assistant Principal.  This is my second year as Principal at St. Edith Catholic School.

Working with children and families in a Catholic community bringing them closer to Jesus is a wonder filled journey!  Come visit St. Edith Catholic School and see how we bring our mission to life: 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.

Qualifications: MA Educational Leadership - Madonna University, BA Special Education (Cognitive Impaired)/Elementary - Michigan State University, Administrator Certificate (K – 12) – State of Michigan, Professional Teacher Certificate (Elementary/Special Education, Cognitive Impaired) – State of Michigan

gwojciechowski@stedith.org

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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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