Friday, July 29, 2011

St. Bernard Catholic School news

St. Bernard Catholic School and Parish has been selected to participate in the C3 Technology Pilot Program of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles!

As one of the first six participating schools and parishes in the archdiocese, updated Internet connectivity and new hardware and software technology will transform teaching and learning in our classrooms. Students in all grades will have access to the latest educational content and the ability to collaborate over our school’s high speed wireless network. Additionally, students in sixth grade, for the next three years, will each receive a computing device for use in the classroom and at home as part of our 1-to-1 program. There are still spots open in fourth (four spots), fifth (six spots), and sixth grades (six spots), which will be participating in the 1-to-1 program over the next three years.

Registration for grades one to seven is ongoing, and tuition assistance is available for qualified families. For a tour of the school, call (323) 256-4989 or e-mail You may also visit our website at

Also, St. Bernard Catholic School has received a full six-year accreditation from the Western Catholic Educational Association and the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WCEA/WASC). Thank you to Pastor Emeritus Monsignor Gerald McSorley, the teachers, staff, parents, and parish members who helped with this effort! This recognition is an affirmation of the mission, academic program, and Catholic formation provided by St. Bernard Catholic School!


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