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Loyola University bestows alumni award on St. Francis Xavier principal

The Damen Award, named for Loyola University's first president, Jesuit Father Arnold J. Damen, is among the campus's highest honors.

Photo fun for Xavier teen merits ‘finalist’ status nationwide

She enrolled in a beginning photography class in January. A spontaneous photo taken about a month into it is now a finalist in a nationwide photo contest.

Schools resume their mission to graduate scholars heaven-bound

Families who choose to send their child to a Catholic school have extra partners in their quest to save their child’s soul for eternal life.

Back to school season brings double dose of ‘firsts’ for Our...

Campus leaders plan to add one grade level each year until the current first-graders enter eighth grade.

‘It’s really happening’: West Valley’s first Catholic high school set...

Planned to handle the area’s rapidly expanding Catholic population, especially among Hispanics, the school will open for classes Aug. 13 and host a grand opening Aug. 21.

Freshmen — They’re everywhere!

More than 100 teachers are new to the Diocese of Phoenix this school year. So are some coaches and other support staff. We compiled some tidbits and brief bios about some of them.

Blue Ribbon award contributes to enrollment gain — Other schools still...

Most schools resume during the first full week in August.

Farmer’s donation keeps Catholic school’s STEM program in bloom

Grow Communities allows farmers to support area causes important to them.

St. Francis Xavier School named a ‘Best Company to Work for’

The list recognizes Arizona companies with exceptional workplace cultures.

First graduating class of Brophy’s Loyola Academy recognized at signing ceremony

The vision Brophy College Preparatory leaders and key community donors had for a vital middle school program are bearing its first concrete fruits. On May 19, they'll be the first in their families to be college-bound.