• The Diocese of Arlington’s Office of Catholic Schools is working with parish and diocesan Catholic schools to plan classroom re-openings that will ensure the health and well-being of students and Catholic educators. While the overall goal has been to get students safely back into the classrooms, our Catholic schools are responding flexibly based on local considerations, including school size and classroom space. Watch this message from Dr. Joseph Vorbach, superintendent of Catholic schools.

    A Message from our Superintendent of Schools

Discover excellence by design in our Catholic Schools

The Catholic Schools of the Diocese of Arlington are an essential component in the educational ministry of the Church. Our schools are committed to providing an education rooted in the Gospel of Jesus Christ where Catholic doctrine and values, and academic excellence prepare each student for a life of faith, service and integrity.

As an educational center where Gospel values are learned, embraced, and integrated by all members, the goal of our Catholic schools is to be a center for life-long learning, which both challenges and empowers persons to assess the present and to design the future.

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The teachers are caring and helpful, they have even created more time during the day for the students to obtain extra help should it be needed. Academically, my student went from being an average student to one who is engaged in learning and excited for the next school year.