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All Things New Parent-Teacher Survey Results

As part of All Things New, the Archdiocese of St. Louis is examining our parishes, schools, ministries and agencies, evaluating our effectiveness in proclaiming the Gospel.  The goal is to “make all things new” by Gospel renewal and to enhance our evangelization to secure a vibrant future for our current students, as well as their children and grandchildren, by creating an educational model that is accessible, affordable, strong in Catholic identity, and more equitable towards our teachers.

As part of this prayerful discernment, Archbishop Rozanski recently sought additional input and feedback from current parish school teachers, staff and school families about their Catholic school experiences.  Nearly 1,900 teachers responded to their survey, and more 10,000 parents and guardians responded to their survey by answering both multiple choice and open-ended questions.

You can see an overview of all the responses from across the Archdiocese of St. Louis, and results of each specific parish school at  The survey results from our specific school have been sent to our pastor and principal, and parts have been shared with our teachers, staff, and school parents (see links below).  They have provided excellent and important feedback to the Archbishop regarding your values and desires as they relate to the future of Catholic education in the Archdiocese of St. Louis.  Thank you to those who participated!

For any questions pertaining to All Things New, contact

All Things New – SMOS Parent Survey Results

All Things New – Parent Survey Results (Diocese)

All Things New – Teacher Survey Results (Diocese)

St. Louis Review – “Education survey results show support for increased teacher pay, tiered tuition”

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