We chose Butler Catholic because the smaller class size enables the teachers to actually teach to each student’s strengths and weaknesses, instead of teaching for a better result in a standardized test by which public schools receive their funding. Plus the spirituality of the school not only enriches their minds, but also their souls, making them the kind of people this planet needs right now, and in the future.
The Marra Family,
The Gilkey Family,
Butler Catholic School has been a great decision for our family both academically and spiritually. Hearing our daughter share stories of her classmates helping and praying for each other is very uplifting. Faculty, students, and families continue to show us God’s love in action with their support and encouragement of each other. We feel blessed to be part of the Butler Catholic Family.
The Sommers Family,
Our family decided to send our children to Butler Catholic prior to our oldest two entering Kindergarten and Third Grade. The teachers did a wonderful job helping our children with the transition. We have been so pleased with the small classroom size and knowing that the values we teach at home are also being taught at school. Our only regret is that we wish we would have done it sooner.
Jordon, Butler Catholic School Class of 2015,
My name is Jordon, and I am a 2015 graduate of Butler Catholic School. I came to BCS when I was in fourth grade. I transferred from a public school to Butler Catholic. I wasn’t happy at first when my parents told me, but I later found out that it was the best decision my parents have made for me. At BCS I have made so many lifelong friendships and memories. All the teachers are great, and because of the smaller classes they get to have more one-on-one time to talk and help you through studies. This school prepares you for other grades to come and teaches you strong morals and ethics. I hope you have the experience that I was so lucky to have by coming to Butler Catholic School.