The Solidarity School was founded to provide early learning to children for which Catholic education is not affordable.  

It serves preschool students ages three, four and five.

Being situated in an urban neighborhood comprised of a Hispanic population, the school opened its doors to twelve students in 2001.

It is independent of the Church and is funded through philanthropic means.

 

The mission is to provide its students with an excellent education, in the context of a solid formation in the Catholic faith, and within a culturally sensitive environment.

Solidarity School recognizes the unique talents and needs of each student, while emphasizing the importance of each student becoming a committed member of a larger community that includes family, school, church, and neighborhood.