Our Catholic Identity
Christ is the reason for this school. He is the unseen but ever present teacher. He is the model of its faculty and the inspiration of its students. St. Stanislaus is the extension of the Church’s work, of spreading the teachings of Our Lord, Jesus Christ.
There are pictures of saints. There is a church next to the school. We talk about the Old Testament and the New Testament. The name of the school has Saint in the name. – Grade 4 student
Our children participate in liturgies that include Mass and various prayer services, classroom prayer, preparation for sacraments and daily meditation and reflection. As part of our school’s emphasis on spiritual development, children experience a variety of service projects throughout the school year.
Today, our student body is composed primarily of students who are Roman Catholic. However, students from all religious backgrounds are welcome and do regularly enroll. If you are non-Catholic and would like to speak with one of our non-Catholic school families, please let us know. We would be happy to make the connection for you.
At St. Stanislaus School, we are concerned about the individual progress of each child. Smaller class sizes allow our teachers to individualize lesson plans around our students’ strengths and difficulties. Our goal is to take each student to the next level of learning. Students are also offered a variety of extracurricular activities to suit each child’s interests and abilities. Click here to visit our Student Life page.
One of the best measures of an elementary school is how their students perform in high school. We continually receive positive comments from local high schools about how well our students are prepared.
St. Stanislaus students come from many different communities including Meriden, Wallingford, Cheshire, Middletown, Southington,New Britain and East Haddam. Bus transportation to and from St. Stanislaus School is provided within in the Meriden school district.
Everybody here is so nice. You are encouraged to ask for help if you need it. There is a good curriculum here and the teachers really help you learn. The school is nice also and the bus drivers are really nice. Also, there are lots of after school activities basketball, soccer, Spanish & Latin clubs for the little kids, and it’s really fun. Also for middle school (6-8), Latin is a 40 min period twice a week. At the end of the year, we have a June Fest with water wars, moon bouncers, big slides and bouncy mazes and of course Polish Food. I get to work the fest. I love this school. I am glad I get to go here and I’ve been here since kindergarten. – Grade 7 student
Our experienced and devoted faculty develops each student spiritually and academically through a commitment to innovation and technology, the advantage of outstanding facilities, and by daily implementation of over 100 years of traditions.
At St. Stanislaus School, our principal, Patricia Hess, has assembled a wonderful team which includes six classroom teachers for the elementary school and four subject area specific teachers for the middle school.
In addition to the mainstream classes, we have teachers who specialize in technology, art, Music, gym, library, Latin and Spanish. This highly qualified group of professionals is committed to your child’s academic success and overall personal well-being. To learn more about our Faculty, please click here to visit our Faculty & Staff page.
My parents send me to St. Stanislaus School because of the great teachers and the education is the best around. – Grade 6 student
When Joining the St. Stanislaus School family, you enter a community committed to building a caring, loving and supportive environment for our children. Each family who joins St. Stanislaus School becomes a member of our Home and School Association. This is where our families come together to support both the school and each other. There are countless volunteer opportunities to fit every schedule and talent you may have. Click here to visit our Home and School Association Page.
We learn about God and how people should be treated nicely. We help each other out when we need help in certain subjects. – Grade 5 student