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Saint Agnes School challenges students to become spiritually sound, academically excellent, and socially responsible students through an extensive and evolving curriculum based on Catholic values following the traditions of the Sisters of Mercy.

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Catholic education furthers the formation of the human person with respect to personal goals. This promotes a respect for the good of the society in which students will participate. In light of this, St. Agnes School aims to provide an educational environment enlivened by the Gospel spirit of Faith, Hope and Love. St. Agnes seeks to promote a sense of values and to instill a thirst for knowledge and skills in order for students to achieve their individual development.

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Alumni Contact Information Needed

Posted 2018-02-21 by Jessica Bundle



The St. Agnes School Alumni Committee is in the process of updating the contact information for its list of graduates. Many graduates no longer live in the area, but may be relatives or friends of current St. Agnes School families. If you are aware of the names and addresses (snail and/or email) of any of these out-of-town St. Agnes School graduates, please send this information to the school office in an envelope with ATTN: Kathie DeWan on it...




Pumpkin Decorating Contest

Posted 2017-10-25 by Jessica Bundle



All grade levels are welcome & encouraged to participate! Entries are due on Friday, October 27th. Click below for more details.....

Pumpkin Decorating

 

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The Lyle Williams Memorial Golf Tournament

Posted 2017-06-27 by Jessica Bundle



The twelfth annual Lyle Williams Memorial Golf Tournament to benefit St. Agnes School will be held at 9am on Saturday, July 29th, at the Towanda Country Club. All parishioners, community members, and alumni are welcome and invited to register a team, or to sponsor a hole. The registration fee is $80 per player and includes coffee & donuts, greens fees & cart, lunch & prizes, and raffles & contests. The cost to sponsor a hole is...