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St. Catherine of Siena School, deeply rooted in its Catholic faith, fosters spiritual development, academic excellence, and commitment to serve others.

Fr. John Fortin O.S.B.  
Superintendent of Schools

Aviation Club begins as Professor von Furey lectures a captivated audience.


This was taken on our trip to the Philippines Last January with Kevin’s younger brother “Uncle Mike”.  
The men are wearing traditional Filipino Barong Tagalog formal shirts.

Dad: Kevin - Podiatrist, Granite State Podiatry
Mom: Maria - Physician, University of Massachusetts Memorial Medical Center
Madeleine - 3rd grade, Lauren - 2nd grade, and  Adrienne - 1st grade

Question #1 - What do you enjoy doing as a family?

Kevin’s family is from Nantucket, so we have been going each summer since the girls were born.  We love the beaches there and enjoy playing in the sand; snorkeling, boogie boarding and more recently paddle boarding.  Since moving from NJ, we have also enjoyed exploring the mountains and seacoast of NH.  During the winter you might find us at Tri-Town ice skating or at Loon and Pat’s Peak skiing.  Generally though, we enjoy being at home eating Dad’s Panini sandwiches or making pizza and playing games like wiffle ball!

Question #2 - Describe a memorable event, experience, tour highlight, or unique characteristic of Saint Catherine of Siena School.

One of the most memorable experiences since becoming a part of the Saint Catherine of Siena School community was our first Family Fun Night where we had a chance to meet other families.  Kevin discovered that several of his (or his brother’s) friends from Trinity High School have also chosen St Catherine’s school for their children. They have reconnected after 20+ years. (We found out that even Principal Bergeron’s sons are familiar names to our family!).  We love the sense of pride and community that Saint Catherine’s brings about with events such as Kids Caring for Kids, Family Fun Night, Run for The Roses Social, Field Day, and the music and art shows.  Another highlight was Adrienne’s kindergarten graduation ceremony; the songs and presentation were so sweet, and each child was recognized for his or her uniqueness.

  • Daily Schedule
    School Day:                              Dismissal Procedure:
    Earliest Arrival: 7:20AM              Pre-K and K Dismissal: 2:00PM
    First Bell: 7:35AM                       Afternoon prayer: 2:10PM
    Second Bell: 7:40AM                  Grades 1-6 Dismissal: 2:15PM
    Morning Prayer: 7:45AM
    The faculty and staff are not officially on duty until 7:20. There is NO supervision inside or outside of the school until that time..
    Please note that the school day begins promptly at 7:45 a.m.
    Prayer begins at 7:40 a.m.
    Children need to be on time, please!
    To meet with the principal, please call the office to schedule an appointment

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