Scott CountyCatholic Schools
A NEW MODEL FOR SCOTT COUNTY CATHOLIC SCHOOLS
Beginning in 2020, Catholic leaders in the Scott County, Iowa, community began the process of forming a regionalized school system to better serve students in Davenport and Bettendorf, Iowa and throughout the Quad Cities area.
Upon completion, the regionalized schools model will lead to even greater educational and spiritual benefits to students and families including enhanced program offerings, improved efficiencies and resource sharing, common tuition rates, updated facilities, as well as competitive compensation and benefits packages for attracting and retaining top-level teachers, administrators and staff.
- Our Catholic schools will be distinctively Catholic, working together with parishes to be “Spirit-filled evangelizers” to form intentional disciples who belong to communities of faith.
- Our schools will be organized so they function systemically with collaborative leadership that can deliver quality Catholic education efficiently and effectively. Planning will connect Catholic education from early childhood through 12th grade.
- Our schools will pursue a culture of excellence, educating students holistically to fully develop their God-given potential and prepare them for leadership and service.
- Our schools will develop and ensure vitality to create a tomorrow in which they are accessible and affordable to all families that desire a Catholic education.