St. Patrick Catholic High School is experiencing unprecedented growth, marked academic achievement, extracurricular championships, and a purposeful dedication to forming intentional disciples. Our learning environment, which is steeped in our Catholic faith, provides a sanctuary for our students to reach their utmost potential. As a result, we have recently been recognized as the #1 Catholic high school in Mississippi by Niche, and a National Blue Ribbon School by the U.S. Department of Education. We are proud to continue the legacy of strong Catholic education while providing a vision for future endeavors.
What people don’t always realize is how much this commitment to our mission depends in critical ways on the generous hearts of you and our other supporters. St. Patrick is here today because of the rich history of Catholic education founded in the traditional roots of our legacy schools of St. John High School, Mercy Cross High School, Sacred Heart Academy, and Notre Dame High School. We always remember and give credit to the people who made up our legacy schools and laid the foundation for where we are today.
Will you prayerfully consider giving the gift of St. Patrick by making a contribution to one of the following efforts?
At St. Patrick, tuition covers about 75 percent of the cost of educating a student; the difference must be raised by other means. When you support the Irish Fund, your gift goes to work immediately to strengthen and support our mission and commitment to providing families with an affordable and excellent Catholic education.
The truth is this: at St. Patrick you’ll discover that behind its continued success are its self-sacrificing benefactors. Your donation is received with prayerful gratitude – if you continue to share your love and your concern for the work of St. Patrick, many students who need us will continue to be served. For additional information, please contact Patrick Miller SP ’08, Director of Advancement, at email@example.com or 228-702-0500. Your generosity will ensure the mission of St. Patrick continues for generations to come.