Diocesan Policies

TECHNOLOGY – Acceptable Use Policies

Acceptable Use of Technology Agreement

Acceptable Use of Technology – Student Edition

For the Sake of God’s Children

Diocesan safe environment curriculum is known as For the Sake of God’s Children.  Read more about the curriculum here.

A Report Card on Catholic Schools

Information prepared by Delaware Alliance of Catholic School Parents(DACSP) Since 1830 our Catholic Schools in the Diocese of Wilmington….

  • Keep Christ as the center of all we do
  • Foster Catholic Identity
  • Serve the Church, community, and nation
  • Nurture children in a safe and loving environment
  • Support families
  • Encourage family values
  • Consistently score high on national standardized tests
  • Uphold high academic standards
  • Focus on integrating technology
  • Prepare students for the future
  • Awarded grants for integrating special programs
  • Foster student pride in academic achievement
  • Receive recognition for involvement in service-based projects
  • Build strong relationships within the community
  • Prepare students for the future
  • Make a faith-filled future a part of today’s world

 OUR SYSTEM — AT A GLANCE

  • 21 Elementary and 7 High Schools
  • 11,000 elementary and secondary students
  • 900 teachers and service personnel
  • Over 10% of Delaware student population attends Catholic Schools
  • $150,000,000 – the amount of money saved by Delaware taxpayers in per students costs because of student enrollment in Catholic Schools.

A+ Quality

  • All schools accredited by Middle States Association
  • Three National Blue Ribbon Schools
  • Academic areas meet or exceed Delaware and National standards
  • 42% of teachers with Masters Degree or higher
  • 63% of teachers with 10 or more years experience
  • Provide professional development for teachers and administrators
  • 97% of our students pursue post secondary education

Did you know that:

Catholic Schools have an A+ achievement in standardized test scores based on National Median. The national median score is 50% at all grade levels on Terra Nova, CTB McGraw-Hill standardized tests.

Reading Composite

  • Grade 2 – 28 points above
  • Grade 4 – 25 points above
  • Grade 7 – 25 points above

Language Composite

  • Grade 2 – 30 points above
  • Grade 4 – 28 points above
  • Grade 7 – 32 points above

Math Composite

  • Grade 2 – 26 points above
  • Grade 4 – 27 points above
  • Grade 7 – 27 points above

Science

  • Grade 2 – 18 points above
  • Grade 4 – 24 points above
  • Grade 7 – 21 points above

Social Studies

  • Grade 2 – 26 points above
  • Grade 4 – 30 points above
  • Grade 7 – 28 points above

NOTICE OF NON-DISCRIMINATORY POLICY
DIOCESE OF WILMINGTON SCHOOLS

Christ the Teacher Catholic School and all the Catholic schools in the Diocese of Wilmington comply with the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin, handicap, sex, age, disability, or political beliefs in the administration of their admissions, athletic, education, loan, personnel, scholarship programs or other administered programs.

For more information, contact
Diocesan Board of Catholic Schools
Catholic Schools Office
1626 North Union Street
Wilmington, DE 19806
Phone: (302) 573-3133
Fax: (302) 573-3143
Website: www.cdow.org