Welcome to St. Cyprian!

St. Cyprian is an amazing school where students in prekindergarten through 8th grade learn to value the diverse cultures that shape our community. Our school is blessed with caring students, a dedicated staff, active parents, and committed parishioners devoted to educating our youth.

The best way to get to know St. Cyprian School is to visit us!

We invite you to explore our website to gain a sense of St. Cyprian’s history and philosophy, but the best way to get to know St. Cyprian School is to visit us! Call us at 708-453-6300 to schedule a visit or with any questions.

 

Sr. Kathleen Fund

Follow the link here to learn more about the Sr. Kathleen Klingen, OP Fund for Academic Excellence.

 

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Watch a short video about St. Cyprian!

Download the Supply List for 2015-2016 here!

Read all about St. Cyprian’s Mandarin Chinese classes in this Elm Leaves article!

Check out our students’ YouTube video as the student show off their dance moves and show you why there’s No Place They Would Rather Be!

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Dear parents,

Thank you for choosing St. Cyprian School! For nearly 90 years, St. Cyprian has prepared its students to contribute to their local community and succeed in high school and beyond. The daily curriculum promotes each child’s academic, physical, spiritual, and emotional growth. We educate the whole child, integrating Catholic values into all aspects of the students’ daily lives.

St. Cyprian is a safe environment where children may grow and thrive, free to try new things and explore the world around them. Our dedicated faculty and staff provide students with the tools to succeed and solve problems outside the classroom, showing them that all learning done in school transfers to the outside world. Lessons are about more than passing tests, focusing instead on cultivating our talents and knowledge to serve the greater good.

Through weekly masses, daily prayers, peace bells and the sacraments, the importance of prayer is instilled in children at a young age so they know that God is by their side through any struggles they may face. Students at St. Cyprian are shown through example that this relationship we build with God reflects in our relationships with others and in the way we interact with our world.

The success of our mission to provide each student with an excellent, faith-based education depends on a positive and open relationship between school and the home. Please don’t hesitate to contact your child’s teacher or me with any questions or concerns that may arise during the school year. You are your child’s primary educator, and it is essential that we work as a team for the good of each child. Consider getting involved with one of our parent groups too; we are so grateful to those who share their time and talents with our school community.

I am delighted to welcome you to the St. Cyprian family and look forward to working together to educate your child!

Sincerely,

Margie Marshall, Principal
mmarshall@stcyps.org
708-453-6300

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