SACRAMENTO COUNTRY DAY SCHOOL
2636 Latham Drive, Sacramento, CA 95864
(916) 481-8811 | saccds.org
Sacramento Country Day School is an independent, co-educational school providing a personal, dynamic, and academically-challenging environment for PK-12th grade students. Whether your child is entering kindergarten, 6th grade, or beginning their high school journey, it’s always a great time to begin an education at Country Day.
Our dedicated, caring teachers work hard to know each student personally and reinforce their understanding in creative ways – whether that means dressing up in historical costumes, coordinating art projects with classroom studies, or taking a lesson outdoors. Our teachers help students find their voices, become enthusiastic, confident learners, and develop generous hearts as they meet new academic and personal challenges in a safe and supportive environment. We live by our mission to “think critically, live creatively, and act compassionately.”
Learn more about our exceptional program during our Open House on October 26 from 9AM – 12 PM.
JESUIT HIGH SCHOOL
1200 Jacob Lane, Carmichael, CA
916.482.6060 | JesuitHighSchool.org
Jesuit High School (JHS) is a Sacramento regional Catholic high school that provides young men with a life-building experience and delivers an academically rigorous college preparatory education to prepare graduates for lives of leadership and service.
Founded in 1963, JHS currently has an enrollment of nearly 1070. The student body represents diversity in geography, ethnicity, religious affiliation, and socioeconomic background. JHS draws from more than 90 zip codes throughout the Greater Sacramento Area with 99.5 percent of graduates going on to college or university.
Home of “The Marauders,” JHS has one of the region’s most successful men’s athletic programs, more than 22 visual and performing arts offerings, a robust Honors and Advanced Placement curriculum including the innovative international AP Capstone Diploma Program, an award-winning robotics program, and a club for every passion.
A JHS education fosters a “Men for Others” culture, with students volunteering locally on a regular basis and globally during summer immersion opportunities, giving more than 27,000 hours annually, primarily to at-risk, underserved and homeless populations. Come discover Jesuit High School today, and build a foundation for life.
ST. FRANCIS CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL
5900 Elvas Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95819
(916) 737-5040 | www.stfrancishs.org
Since 1940, St. Francis Catholic High School students have been encouraged to develop their God-given talents and discover their passions in every area of their lives. Because the young women of St. Francis cultivate a genuine love of learning inside and outside of the classroom, in conjunction with a deeper sense of purpose, they are prepared to succeed wherever they go. And succeed they do—the St. Francis Class of 2019 earned more than $23.6 million in scholarships and had a 99% college attendance rate. Our visual and performing arts students receive regional and statewide recognition in all areas of the arts and enjoy an Arts Complex with studio space and a 500 seat theatre. With 97 Section titles and the 2018-19 Delta League All-Sports Trophy, St. Francis has one of the top female sports programs in the region and the state; in the last eight years, 187 SFHS seniors committed to play collegiate sports. A St. Francis education instills a confidence and commitment that extends far beyond graduation…it is truly four years that last a lifetime.
SACRAMENTO REGION WALDORF SCHOOLS
Camellia Waldorf • Cedar Springs Waldorf
Davis Waldorf • Live Oak Waldorf • Sacramento Waldorf
The Sacramento region is home to five Waldorf schools affiliated with the Association of Waldorf Schools of North America. Our shared goal is to provide Waldorf education to as many children as possible, building confidence and imagination through the educational philosophy developed by Rudolf Steiner in 1919.
Waldorf education focuses on a child’s developmental stage, prioritizing wonder, creativity, and imagination as essential childhood values. Rigorous academics in the upper grades provide strong math and sciences interwoven with fine and practical arts.
Music, dance, theater, writing, literature and imaginative play are building blocks for deep thinking and character-building. Teachers focus on students’ intellectual, emotional, physical, and spiritual capacities.
Waldorf education is an early childhood through 12th grade journey. We invite you to visit our campuses for tours and experience what a Waldorf education can do for your child!
Learn more at www.sacwaldorf.org/sacramentowaldorfschools
ST. MARY SCHOOL
1351 58th Street, Sacramento, CA 95819
(916) 452-1100 | saintmaryschool.org
WHAT DEFINES A ST. MARY EDUCATION?
A Virtuous Community
Since 1955, St. Mary School has expanded its community of faith-based and family-centered members with a focus on educating the whole child. The virtues are at the root of our curriculum which includes science in a fully-equipped lab, technology, music, art, PE, foreign language and a variety of activities before and after school.
Individualized and Diversified Learning
Grounded in the spirit of the Gospel, we seek to foster a loving and supportive environment where each individual is accepted and encouraged to grow. We offer support through differentiated instruction, after school study hall, resource classes for Junior High, and individualized attention in reading and math.
Partnering in Your Child’s Education
The St. Mary School mission is to help all students develop a positive work ethic, self-confidence, and a love for learning that nurtures the roots of success. Together, we work to exercise academic knowledge and strength of character in ways which better families and communities.