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About Saint Mary Magdalene Catholic School - Columbus, Ohio

“Our mission is to provide a strong Catholic foundation: academically, spiritually and morally, which will develop the whole student and prepare each child for the challenges of life”

Tradition - Pride - Excellence

St. Mary Magdalene School, located on the west side of Columbus, Ohio, is a parish elementary school erving a large geographical area. The school is chartered by the State of Ohio and is fully accredited by the Ohio Catholic School Accreditation Association. The school and parish celebrated its 80th anniversary in 2011 and continues to be a vital part of this community.

The school sits on a campus with the church and five other buildings. The academic program issupported by a band, art, physical education teachers, Title I teachers for math and reading, speech therapist and nurse. A modular building contains the computer lab serving 30 students at a time and the school library.

Students receive religious instruction which includes Mass, preparation for sacraments, prayer, liturgical celebrations and service projects; Instruction from certified teachers. Low student/teacher ratio so your child receives the attention he or she deserves; Before and After School child care program for working parents; Football, volleyball, basketball, softball and other sports programs using multiple on-site athletic fields; Other extra curricular activities such as Scouting, choir, community service, band, student council, and Civics clubs.

Parents of St. Mary Magdalene School are encouraged to apply for diocesan tuition assistance if they are in need of help in meeting tuition expenses. In addition to the diocesan fund, St. Mary Magdalene has a parish assistance fund and also receives funds from the George and Mary Kremer Foundation, the Carol Flanagan Foot Steps Foundation, and the Children First Columbus Foundation.

St. Mary Magdalene School Belief Statement

St. Mary Magdalene School Believes that…

  • The faculty accepts their role as catechetical leaders; all students, Catholic and non-Catholic, are provided ongoing opportunities for faith development and participation.
  • The diversity of all families is valued and their involvement in our school community is welcomed.
  • The faculty is whole-heartedly dedicated to fostering an emotionally and physically safe environment.
  • Utilization of technology is an essential component of advancing student learning.
  • Assessments of student learning should provide students with a variety of ways to demonstrate their achievement.