RUTLAND – All interested families are welcome to visit Christ the King School and Mount Saint Joseph Academy during the schools’ upcoming winter open houses.
Mount Saint Joseph Academy, which is located on Convent Avenue in Rutland, will hold its Open House on Thursday, Jan. 26, starting at 7 p.m. MSJ welcomes new students and transfer students to apply for its college preparatory program. In 2011, one hundred percent of MSJ’s graduating class was admitted to four-year colleges. The class received $548,900 in college scholarships.
Christ the King School's Open House will occur on Thursday, Feb. 2, beginning at 5:30 p.m., at its campus at 60 South Main Street in Rutland. This is a great opportunity for families to learn more about children attending CKS as a new pre-K student or kindergartener, or as a transfer student through 8th grade. CKS was founded in 1886 and has provided an excellent Catholic education in the Rutland, Vermont region for 125 years. CKS also offers both after-school and before-school care programs.
The schools provide small classes, opportunities to thrive in sports and the arts, and a caring, family-type atmosphere. Tuition assistance programs are available. No RSVP is necessary to attend either open house. For more information, please contact MSJ at (802) 775-0151 or CKS at (802) 773-0500.
Rutland Catholic Schools include Christ the King School and Mount Saint Joseph Academy. The schools have each provided a tradition of academic excellence in the Rutland region for well over a century. MSJ was founded by the Sisters of Saint Joseph in 1882 and CKS followed in 1886. For more information, visit www.rutlandcatholicschools.org