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marsteller-portrait-csw.jpg Dr. Maureen Marsteller
Superintendent of Catholic Schools

Jesus is always with us, figuratively holding our hand, accompanying us on life’s journey.

At the beginning of each new school year, we see many parents and children holding hands as they approach the doors of the schools. What is not visible is Jesus holding their hands
and walking with them.

In our Catholic schools, this invisible bond with Jesus is made visible on a daily basis because we invite him to hold our hand as we pray and study our faith. We are allowed to speak of Jesus’ presence in our lives, and we actively teach our students that Jesus is walking with them, holding their hands, through triumphs and trials, so they feel safe and loved.

As a result of my own Catholic school education, I always rely upon this blessed assurance because spirituality permeated my education and was cultivated throughout my young life. To have been able to attend a school where my spiritual well-being was paramount was a true blessing that has lasted me a lifetime through many triumphs and tragedies. Not only have I relied upon Jesus to hold my hand but to carry me as well, because I know he can and will.

I urge you to please explore the opportunity to provide your children with the ability to walk with Jesus daily throughout their studies. The experience is transformative for children
and perhaps for you. Financial aid is provided by generous donors who have extended their hands to those who would otherwise be unable to afford this life-enhancing education.

A spiritual education far exceeds any other type of education. It brings you closer to your friend, Jesus, who is always holding your hand to keep you safe and let you know you are loved.

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Catholic Education Is Affordable

The Diocese of Greensburg has more than $1 million to award as financial assistance to families in Catholic schools in the coming academic year as a result of changes in
Pennsylvania’s education tax credit program.

Am I eligible?

Students are eligible for scholarships from this state-sponsored program if their household income is not more than $100,608 (for a family with
one child). That eligibility requirement rises $15,608 for each additional child.

Students who live within the boundaries of a low-achieving school, as determined by the Pennsylvania Department of Education, and meet income requirements also are eligible to receive
scholarships.

How do I apply?

For eligibility and application questions, contact your Catholic school.

How do I contribute to this program?

Businesses and individuals with a Pennsylvania state tax liability can participate in this program.

csw-graduate-clipart.jpgFor information, contact Mike Lucotch, Director of Development for the diocese, at 724-552-2503, or Collin Bisignani at the Central Pennsylvania Scholarship Fund, 724-961-4170.

​A dozen reasons
to choose Catholic Schools

1We offer an education that combines Catholic faith and teachings with academic excellence.
2We partner with parents in the faith formation of their children.
3We set high standards for student achievement and help them succeed.
4We provide a balanced academic curriculum that integrates faith, culture, and life.
5We use technology effectively to enhance education.
6We instill the value of service to others in every student.
7We teach children respect of self and others.
8We emphasize moral development and self-discipline.
9We prepare students to be productive citizens and future leaders.
10We have a 100% high school graduation rate. 97% of our graduates go to college.
11We cultivate a faculty and staff of people who are dedicated, caring, and effective.
12We provide a safe and welcoming environment for all.
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​​Protecting God’s Children

More than 15,000 people cleared and trained in the last 15 years

All clergy, employees and volunteers have background clearances

  • PA Criminal Background Check
  • PA Child Abuse History Clearance
  • FBI Fingerprint Check
  • Pastoral Code of Conduct for the Diocese of Greensburg
  • PA Mandated Reporter Training course
  • VIRTUS: National Catholic online training to combat child abuse

 Employment Opportunities

The Catholic schools of the Diocese of Greensburg provide employment through hundreds of diverse positions. Please visit our employment page to view a listing of open positions and submit an application.

The Diocese of Greensburg Catholic Schools: where spirituality, scholarship and ser​vice e​mpower the leaders of tomorrow.