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Drexel House

St. Katherine Drexel: Katharine Drexel (November 26, 1858 – March 3, 1955) was an American heiress, philanthropist, religious sister, educator, and founder. She was canonized by the Roman Catholic Church in 2000; her feast day is celebrated on March 3. She was the second American to be canonized a saint and the first one born a U.S. citizen. She was inducted into the National Women's Hall of Fame in 2011.

Head of House:  Mrs. Charlton & Mr. Kucinic

Middle School Households

  • The Dark Knights (Mr. Goodman & Mrs. Stanton)
  • The Dragonslayers (Mr. Pintz & Mrs. Shapiro)

High School Households

  • The Royal Legends (Mrs. Brace & Mr. T Wilson)
  • The House of the Lionheart (Mrs. Collins & Mr. D Wilson)
  • The House of the Gryffins (Mrs. Carr & Mr. Orbon)

Mass & Confession Schedule

Our relationship with Jesus Christ is developed as a free response to His love for us. One concrete and irreplaceable way of encountering Him is through the sacraments of the Catholic Church, which are made available to the students and staff on a frequent basis.

All Masses are also open to parents.

Monday: MS Mass: 10:40 AM; HS Confessions: 11:30 AM
Tuesday: MS Confessions: 10:40 AM; HS Mass: 11:30 AM
Wednesday: All-School Mass: 10:25 AM
Thursday: Rosary: 3:30 PM
Friday: Confessions after school: 3:00 PM