It is hard to believe that in just a few short days we will complete the most challenging year in the history of education. As I reflect on the last 15 months, I am in awe of what we have accomplished as a faith community. From the beginning of the pandemic, it was our goal to prioritize the safety of our community while at the same time providing an outstanding Catholic college preparatory education. I could not be more proud of what we have accomplished and truly appreciate your support along the way. I firmly believe that the challenges that we overcame this past school year have made us stronger and will help us continue to thrive for the next 60 years.
As we start coming towards the end of the school year, I want to thank everyone for your continued support. Please remember that we still have a week of classes and final exams, so we need to gather our strength for one last push to finish strong! As a reminder, students in AP classes will not have MDCHS final exams, and students earning an “A” in a class will also be exempt from exams this semester. Teachers will notify students if they are exempt from
Congratulations to all of our students who were recognized last week during our Virtual Crusaders Awards Ceremony. I would also like to congratulate our seniors for their college and university acceptances. The Class of 2021 has done an amazing job staying focused on their studies during a challenging time and is now being rewarded with acceptances into some of the best universities in the country.
This week, we have some really wonderful celebratory events coming up. First, thank you to everyone who joined in this morning for our Grandparent’s Day Rosary, hosted by our Parents in Prayer group. Wednesday, we are premiering our 60-Year Legacy Documentary, which highlights the past 60-years of Crusader history. You and your families will not want to miss this!....
Today marks the first day in over a year that all of our students from our high school and elementary school have the option to be on campus at the same time. It is great to see the increased activity and smiling faces and we look forward to having students on campus 5 days a week beginning in August...
I hope this message finds you well. I am excited to take another step closer to “normalcy,” seeing many of our students on campus again 4 days per week starting today and also hosting our seniors for an on-campus retreat today...
I hope and pray that you and your family are doing well. We are excited to expand the number of students on campus each day beginning next Monday with the juniors and seniors. We have been working hard to reconfigure classrooms with additional desks to prepare for next week. For all ...
I hope you and your families had a Blessed Easter and restful break. With San Diego moving into the Orange Tier last week, we are excited to be able to have students on campus 4-days a week.
Mater Dei Catholic will be allowing spectators at some OUTDOOR athletic events starting on April 1st
This past week marked the one-year anniversary of the WHO's official declaration of a pandemic. In the days that followed, school as we knew it would change, with Distance Learning and Zoom classes becoming the norm across the nation. Now, one year later, as we slowly begin