In response to Archbishop Jerome Listecki’s vision for increased formal collaboration among Catholic schools, we are taking exciting new steps to strengthen Catholic education in Kenosha by encouraging stronger collaboration between All Saints Catholic School and St Joseph Catholic Academy. The Kenosha Catholic Schools Alliance (KCSA), a strategic collaboration between Kenosha’s archdiocesan Catholic schools, has been formed to shepherd this effort. Members of the community will be invited to serve on visioning core committees for the project.
Goals of the Kenosha Catholic Schools Alliance. This KCSA taskforce, representing Kenosha clergy, school board members, administrators, faculty, parents, parish representatives, and key Catholic community leaders, will be uncovering opportunities to further the excellence of a city-wide Catholic school network in Kenosha.
Independence of our Kenosha Catholic Schools. All Saints Catholic School and St Joseph Catholic Academy each remain separate schools within the new Kenosha Catholic Schools Alliance. KCSA simply seeks to formalize the cooperation the two schools have always informally maintained and provides new opportunities to build on the schools’ Catholic mission and to better serve the Catholic community in Kenosha.
If you have questions or would like to participate in this project, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click here to view Archbishop Listecki’s message to the Kenosha Catholic Schools Alliance.