Grade PK-6 School

We are blessed with the opportunity to teach your children about God’s love for them. We gather every morning to hear Christ’s Word and to offer special prayer requests. Students pray the Living Rosary and have Adoration once a month and attend Mass on a weekly basis. In all things, the Gospel values of love, respect and compassion are shared with our students.  

Our dedicated teaching staff focuses attention on each individual child to ensure that he/she masters the academic concepts that are taught each day. Staff meet weekly in professional learning communities to assess student learning through the use of continued informal and formal assessment.  Students take the MAP (Measures of Academic Progress) testing program in the fall and spring because it allows us to assess individual comprehension in the core academic areas and set growth targets for each child. The students at MCC consistently score above the national average in all subject areas. Throughout the year we utilize STAR Reading and Math programs and assessments, Study Island, and the Reading Fluency Benchmark Assessor (fall, winter, spring).  Staff utilize all data to continuously improve their teaching strategies and to provide a high quality education for all students. 

Our students are blessed to be able to participate daily in a fine arts class; Spanish, music, physical education, computers, and art. We invite you to spend some time on our school page, where you can learn about our preschool programs, Small Blessings Childcare, curriculum, etc. Most importantly, I encourage you to visit our school, where every student is considered a blessing.

Grade 7-12 School

Academic rigor, college readiness and character development are the focus at Muskegon Catholic Central. Our high school curriculum offers an honors track and four AP classes, as students are encouraged to take challenging classes. The PSAT and SAT test results help the guidance department advise each student on his or her college selection. Ninety-eight percent of MCC graduates continue their education after high school.

Every student is known and valued at MCC as they continue to learn about the wonderful gifts that God has given them. As the students mature and become more independent, we are able to provide a faith-based teaching approach to the many social, ethical, and moral issues that they face in our society. Time and time again, our students tell us how much they appreciate the opportunity to pray, worship and share their faith with each other in a safe, caring environment.

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