“We will grow in the knowledge of the Catholic Faith, strive for personal and academic excellence, and serve God and others.”
We support the long-held Catholic belief that parents are the primary educators of their children and should have the right and the means to enroll their children in the school that will best serve their family’s needs.Grants and Tuition Assistance
To be the area’s premier education destination, where students find a faith-based education that aids them to be 21st-century learners and problem solvers, moral leaders in service to others, and creators of a more humane and just world.
St. John the Baptist is committed to seeing that Catholic education is available to all families who desire it for their children. SJB participates in the Wisconsin Parental Choice Program (WPCP) and tuition assistance is available through our Tuition Assistance and Grant ProgramNew Families
St. John the Baptist Catholic School offers many ways for students to get involved and increase a sense of belonging in school, church, and community. We encourage our students to respect themselves and others as God-given gifts to the world.
St. John the Baptist school welcomes you to share your gifts and talents. We invite you to volunteer for various events and activities which serve our students and build community among our families. Find out how you can get involved and support your school and church!
We know parents want their children’s most important information at their fingertips. Whether you want to know your child’s lunch menu, connect with a teacher, or check out the school newsletter, this is the place to go.
St. John the Baptist Catholic School prepares children for life’s journey by interweaving a first-rate academic education with the reinforcement of solid Catholic core values and teachings. St. John the Baptist School students are not only equipped for the journey but are a light for others as well.
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