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Catholic School Statistics

Diocese of Arlington Catholic Schools

Holy Family50 Catholic schools:
37 Diocesan elem/mid schools, 
4 Diocesan high schools
5 Private elem/mid schools
2 Private high school
3 Stand-alone Preschool Programs, 1 private day care

St. Timothy 2016 4922023-2024 Student Enrollment:
Elementary/Middle School
  Students: 12,960
High School Students: 3,911
Private School Students: 1,202
Stand-alone Preschool: 211
Total Enrollment: 18,294

teacher student2023-2024 Professional Staff
Lay Men: 357
Lay Women: 1,229
Male Religious: 4
Clergy: 15
Religious Sisters: 21
TOTAL Staff: 1,626


Blue Ribbon Excellence
Over 70% of our schools have been recognized as Blue Ribbon Schools by the Department of Education, a national program which "recognizes public and private elementary, middle, and high schools based on their overall academic excellence or their progress in closing achievement gaps among student subgroups." (

Students with Disabilities
All of our schools provide interventions for students with mild to moderate disabilities. Nineteen of our schools currently educate students with developmental and intellectual disabilities. 

You Can Afford Catholic School!
To date, more than $7.5 million in diocesan financial aid for 2023-2024 has been awarded.  This represents an increase of over $300,000 over the previous year.

Our 2023 graduates received more than $75.1 million in college scholarships which represents an increase of $2.1 million over the previous year.

47% of Diocese of Arlington Catholic school teachers have completed post-graduate work. Our teachers have a combined teaching experience totaling over 16,000 years.

Diocese of Arlington Catholic schools students perform over 350,000 hours of service at home and abroad on average, annually.

Over 128 of our graduates have gone on to pursue religious vocations.

$323,952,942 savings to taxpayers/over average cost per student is $8,428.