Students in Grade 8 learn about cells through a science lab involving computers, critical thinking and team work.
Mark the Calendar
exness The 5K Run will be on
April 19, 2008 at 8 AM.
Interested in sponsoring the run?
E-mail us for information.
Sr. Barbara's Message
There is much to be thankful for as we count our blessings and look to improving
upon that which has begun over 60 years ago.
Fr. Smith envisioned a school that would meet the needs of the people in the
Myrtle Grove area. With the parishioners of Little Flower, they set out to
create a school that would be the hallmark of Catholic identity as well as a
quality education for the young.
exness nigeria Today we strive to take the legacy left by Fr. Smith and the first Dominican
Sisters and to once again plan for another hundred years of success. We have updated our technology so that we have a wireless campus, new laptop computers for our students and teachers, LCD projectors in every homeroom, and a new science lab as part of
our Parish building campaign.
Wondering what parents think of Little Flower School?
Listen to a parent.
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Support a Child's Future
Contribute to the Education Foundation Fund for Little Flower Catholic School and make a difference in the future of a child.
The primary purpose of the Little Flower Catholic School Endowment Fund is to provide financial assistance for students who otherwise might not be able to attend Little Flower. Named Scholarships provide opportunities for remembrance in perpetuity. Bequests are wonderful ways to provide a lasting gift to the school and the Little Flower School Catholic Endowment Fund.
For more information please contact Mr. Fitzgerald.
After Seventh Grade dissected frogs in science class, students shared their knowledge with Fourth Grade.
Middle School students integrate technology with science.
Students listen to stories to help strengthen vocabulary and reading skills.
Middle School students learn through active labs in their new science lab.