By Vicki Shepherd
Posted on October 3, 2019 in Impact of Donors

When my boys were young, I always loved holding their little hands. Pudgy and soft or grimy from play, we'd hold hands watching a movie, simply out of love. We'd hold hands crossing the street, for safety. Or while we were out for a walk, I'd hold his hand, just because I could. Holding their hands always made me feel blessed.

By Vicki Shepherd
Posted on October 3, 2019 in Impact of Donors

When my boys were young, I always loved holding their little hands. Pudgy and soft or grimy from play, we'd hold hands watching a movie, simply out of love. We'd hold hands crossing the street, for safety. Or while we were out for a walk, I'd hold his hand, just because I could. Holding their hands always made me feel blessed.

By Diane Liebsch
Posted on September 9, 2019 in Upcoming Events

St. Benedict Catholic School – Catholic Education Foundation School of Excellence!  As a parish school, St. Benedict Catholic School has endured many changes in the recent past: a name change (formerly Atchison Catholic Elementary School), moving from a tithing to a tuition model, changing pastors and secretaries, new staff members, new textbooks, and yearly changes from the state department of education and the Archdiocesan school office.  Change happens everywhere. But there has been one constant amidst the changes. The mission statement of SBCS: The St.

By Derek Teeter
Posted on September 4, 2019 in News

This August, my wife and I sent the youngest of our three boys to join his brothers at our parish Catholic school. We feel truly blessed to be able to provide the gift of Catholic education to all three of our children. Not only will they receive outstanding academic instruction, they will be formed in their Catholic faith in a loving and supportive community. 

Posted on August 29, 2019 in News

St. Benedict Catholic School in Atchison, Kansas, will receive the 2019 Archbishop Joseph F. Naumann CEF School of Excellence Award from the Catholic Education Foundation on October 26.

School Principal Helen Schwinn will accept the award at Gaudeamus, an annual gathering of more than 1,300 Catholic education supporters.

Every Child Deserves a Quality Education

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