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Welcome to Saint Rosalia Academy

Saint Rosalia Academy is proud of our fine

tradition of academic excellence. 

Our Mission Statement emphasizes our

commitment to the education of the

whole child, spirit, mind and body.  To this

end we offer each child and family

opportunities to experience God in

many and various ways.  We accept

children of all faiths while at the same

time teaching our Catholic Faith in a

manner that identifies us as Catholic

without in any way minimizing the faiths

of others. We welcome you to tour this

site and then contact us for more information

about our school or to schedule a visit.



Our new Tuition Management System is called FACTS.  



Please register online by accessing this link:



https://online.factsmgt.com/Tmg/public/AgreementSignup.aspx?t=3KCVQ

 
















 

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Tradition is a word that is synonymous with Saint Rosalia Academy. For many years, this school has been known for its “Tradition of Excellence”. It continues to this very day, with its values centered environment, excellent teaching staff and active parental support. In this changing city, it is important that parents have a school that maintains these traditions. Saint Rosalia Academy is that school!

Saint Rosalia Academy celebrated its 100th year of service to the families of Greenfield during 2012. During the months leading up to this momentous event, the school focused on its Middle States Association Goals. Saint Rosalia Academy is a fully accredited Middle States School. The study touches on all aspects of the school, from its philosophy and mission, to its educational programs and its improvement planning process. Saint Rosalia Academy is now ready to begin its second century!



Our Middle States Accreditation Document is now complete and Saint Rosalia Academy has been accredited until 2019.  Please click this link to view our Middle States Document.  St. Rosalia's Middle States Report (1).doc

Superintendent's Report_2011[1].pdf