Future Ready

"I was blessed with the opportunity to attend Danbury Catholic from kindergarten through sixth grade. During my time there, I made lifelong friendships with both my peers and the amazing teachers I had each year," commented Lynsey Seuntjens.

lynsey creightonDanubry Catholic prepared her academically for high school and beyond. She graduated first in her high school class.

Lynsey was offered a full-tuition academic scholarship to attend Buena Vista University (a scholarship worth more than $100,000) and graduated in May  2017 with a bachelor’s of science degree in biology. She continued her education at Creighton University and graduated with an RN/BSN.  She is currently working at Immanuel Hospital in Omaha and hopes to become a nurse practitioner.

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 "I have been blessed with countless opportunities throughout my life, and I believe this is due to the foundation that I built during my time at Danbury Catholic. Danbury Catholic taught me the importance of education, family, and most importantly faith- a lot of faith is needed when working towards a degree! I am always proud to say that I am a Danbury Catholic alum, and I will continue to use the morals and lessons that I learned during my education there throughout the rest of my life."

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Academic Excellence Continues 

 

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ACT testing results were released nation-wide. Our Diocese of Sioux City Catholic school students exceeded both state and national student averages in all content areas of English, mathematics, reading, and science. 

ACT scores are used to predict college readiness.

ACT SCORES 2018

DIOCESE OF SIOUX CITY

STATE OF IOWA

NATIONAL

ENGLISH

22.9

21.0

20.2

MATH

22.4

21.2

20.5

READING

23.8

22.5

21.3

SCIENCE

23.4

22.0

20.7

COMPOSITE

23.2

21.8

20.8



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Catholic School Students Outperform Peers
Rigorous academic standards resulted in outstanding results on the 2017-18 Iowa assessments. Our students scored higher in all grades for the subjects tested, reading, math, and science.
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Iowa 529 Savings Plans Information
Parents can now use Iowa Savings Plans to pay tuition at our Catholic schools.
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Giving to DAA Supports Our Schools
The Diocesan Annual Appeal supports all ministries throughout the Diocese of Sioux City including education.
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Our Mission

Essential to the educational ministry of the Church, the Catholic Schools of the Diocese of Sioux City are fulfilling the Church’s mission to teach as Jesus did. Together with the support of parents, teachers, administrators, clergy, parishioners and the community at large, we are committed to providing an education rooted in the Gospel of Jesus Christ where Catholic doctrine and values and academic excellence prepare each student for a life of faith, service and integrity.

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