Cabrini High School is a private, all-girls, Catholic school which educates the minds and hearts of students in grades 8 – 12. Since its founding, Cabrini High School has been a home for its young ladies. More than 3,000 alumnae have walked these halls, sat in these classrooms, worshiped in this chapel. More than 3,000 alumnae have bonded with teachers and staff who cared about them and could call them each by name.

A Cabrinian education is rooted in the philosophy of Mother Frances Xavier Cabrini, the first American citizen Saint who believed education should be of the mind and the heart. Mother Cabrini believed that education should be a relationship between the student and those whose care they have been entrusted.

Cabrini’s goal is simple: to develop women who live the core values of respect, excellence, and service not only during their high school years, but throughout their lives. We take that goal very seriously. It’s not just a slogan painted on walls or on our stationary.

Please click on Cabrini logo for more information.

McDonogh City Park Academy believes data driven instruction and meaningful engaged learning are two of the most important strategies which contribute to student achievement. Working with parents and community members, we provide a high-quality educational and enrichment program, which meets the needs of all our students at their respective academic levels and promotes high principles of character and citizenship.

Our teachers are highly qualified, passionate, and inspirational. We believe all students can learn and are committed to educating the “whole” child. Therefore, we provide our students with learning experiences which help them develop academically, emotionally, physically, and socially.

Please click on the City Park Academy logo for more information.

About the author
Charlie London
  • Get in touch is a community service of Charlie London. Charlie London is the Content Strategist for Faubourg St. John. Click on the icons above this text for more. Even more information is available at Links to the original article (when applicable) are provided in the post.