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MSA celebrates Catholic Schools’ Week

Mount Saint Agnes Academy, the island's only Catholic private school, will be joining in on the international celebration of Catholic Schools' Week from Sunday, January 29 until Saturday, February 4.

Recognised by schools throughout the United States and Canada, Catholic Schools' Week was founded in 1974.

Its aim is to shed light on the value of a Catholic education as it relates to young people and their contributions to the church, community and world at large. This year's theme is “Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Service”. MSA principal, Sue Moench, said: “We are proud of our students, but we love who they are. Catholic Schools' Week is an opportunity for us to highlight not only our academic achievements but also the importance of our school's community spirit and the good citizenship represented by our students.”

MSA has been marking Catholic Schools' Week

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Published February 02, 2017 at 8:00 am (Updated February 02, 2017 at 3:13 am)

MSA celebrates Catholic Schools’ Week

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