Holy Week is the epitome of the Catholic Church Liturgical Year. The week begins with Palm Sunday as the people welcomed Jesus into Jerusalem as a “king” by waving palm branches. The week ends with the people turning against Jesus, demanding that He be put to death, and then Jesus rises to new life on Easter Sunday.
Jesus is celebrated, mourned, denied, betrayed, mocked, and ridiculed — all in one week. As we participate in the Holy Week Liturgies, let us imagine that we are some of His disciples who saw their Master Teacher treated in such contrasting ways. What thoughts and feelings do we have?
On behalf of the CCS Faculty, I wish you and your family a Happy Easter! May you enjoy the Easter break, and we will resume classes on Monday, April 28th.
Yours in Christ,
The Charleston Catholic School
888-A King Street
Charleston, SC 29403
The CCS Fishing Club!
The CCS Fishing Club held their first meeting this past Saturday. 25 students are involved in the club. Thank you Rowland for coming up with a great idea! Thank you also to Mrs. O’Brien, faculty adviser, & Mr. & Mrs. Von See club advisers.
Raising the Flag!
The rain held off long enough for the band to play The Star Spangled Banner and our Saint Boy Scouts to raise the flag on our new flag pole. Mr. Fields took the first shot on the new regulation sized basketball court. Faculty, students and visitors all enjoyed the excitement of the celebration and the wonderful musical selections! Go Saints!
Wed. Apr. 16: T.A.G. Day Money Due
Thur Apr. 17 – Sun Apr. 27: Easter Break
Tues. Apr. 29: All School T.A.G. Day
Tues. Apr. 29: 7th Grade Field Trip to The Aquarium
Wed. Apr. 30: Cathedral Jr. High Youth Group 6 – 7:30 PM
Thurs. May 1: 5th Grade Field Trip to Neighborhood House
Thurs. May 1: Enrollment Committee Meeting 9 AM
Fri. May 2 – 4: 8th Grade Trip
Fri. May 2: 1st & 2nd Grade Field Trip to see “Bears”
Sat. May 3: Charleston Dragon Boat “Keating Kruisers”
Sun. May 4: Sacred Heart First Communion
Thurs. May 8: 5th Grade Field Trip to Neighborhood House
Fri. May 9: Field Day, Palmetto Islands County Park.
9AM Drop-off – 1PM pick up.
Be sure to link your Harris Teeter VIC card to: 1902
All Matches Begin @ 4 PM
White Saints: Tues. Apr. 22nd @ Jack Adams
Blue Saints: Wed. Apr. 23rd @ Moultrie
Black Saints: Thurs. Apr. 24th @ Jack Adams
Red Saints: Mon. Apr. 28th @ Jack Adams
White Saints: Thur. April 30 @ Jack Adams
Important Upcoming Dates:
Karate: K – 4th grade, Wednesdays, 3:30-4:30PM
Jr. High Youth Group: Wednesdays,
6-7:30 PM, Cathedral Hall
Dance Moves: 4 – 8 yr. olds Thursdays, 3:00-4:00PM
The Charleston Catholic School educates a socially diverse student body in a nurturing family environment within the sacred tradition and teachings of the Roman Catholic Church. Teachers challenge the students to discover their own unique gifts through creative inquiry and critical thinking in the core academic subjects and the arts. Our small, loving environment enables students to learn self discipline through responsible decision-making and to develop a sense of compassion for others.
2013-2014 Theme: Opening Doors to Faith
Core Values: Sharing Faith
Achieving Academic Excellence
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The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops established the Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People in 2002. The Charter has the goal for creating a safe environment for children and young people.
In 2012 The Diocese of Charleston revised The Policy Concerning Allegations of Sexual Misconduct or Abuse of a minor by Church Personnel and adopted the updated Code of Conduct for Church Personnel.This policy works in conjunction with the Charter.
The Charleston Catholic School operates under the Code of Conduct for Church Personnel for all of its employees and volunteers.
Fred McKay, Principal
School Office: (843) 577-4495