By choosing a St. Pascal Baylon Catholic School education, you are ensuring that every day your child is surrounded by people who share your values and high expectations.
Catholic teaching tells us that each child is a gift from God and a promise for tomorrow. That belief is our foundation. We have created an environment that develops the whole child by fostering academic achievement, personal responsibility, and a commitment to service.
St. Pascal Baylon Catholic school focuses on creating a culture of academic excellence designed to help each child thrive. Our students excel because they are given the attention and the tools they need to be successful.
At the center of our success is our greatest asset – our teachers. These professionals bring to the classroom the highest degree of skill, commitment, and caring. They uphold our tradition of academic rigor and prepare students for the day when they will use their gifts to better their community.
Visit St. Pascal Baylon Catholic School and you will see children learning, singing, acting, drawing, painting, dancing, and praying together. At St. Pascal Baylon Catholic School, spiritual development is not confined to a class; it is a continuous, ever-present affirmation that allows our students the chance to deepen their relationship with God and strengthen their own Catholic identity.
The St. Pascal Baylon Catholic School has a personality and charisma all it’s own. What we hold in common is a solid commitment to the academic, spiritual and personal development of every child.
St. Pascal Baylon Parish was established on May 28, 1946, when Archbishop John Murray assigned Fr. John Ryan as pastor.
The first day of school in the new building was September 7, 1950, with nearly 200 students in attendance. Sister Alice Gertrude Hassing was the first principal, with Sisters Eunice Tussing, Blanche Rys and Alice Baumgartner on staff.
The growing parish of St. Pascal’s was destined to have a grade school enrollment of more than 1200 students. A sizable addition to St. Pascal’s – the West Wing – was finished in 1963. It was decided that the basement portion of the new addition would be the church. In 1974, the decision was made to open a kindergarten. At this time, two additional classrooms were completed in the West Wing. Enrollment was at 559 students. In the spring of 2001, construction began on a new church, major renovations were done in the school building and additional space was added.