WELCOME TO ST. ROBERT SCHOOL
For more than 100 years, St. Robert School has been serving the community by partnering with parents to educate and sanctify children for Christian leadership. A tradition built on the highest standards of scholarship and human ideals remains the foundation for an explosion of contemporary innovations and creativity aimed at preparing graduates who are more than “book smart.” Whether you’re making a personal visit or a virtual one, an open door and open minds lie just across our threshold. Come on in and take a look at how we nurture the kind of smart that serves something bigger than ourselves.
St. Robert School. Life Smart.
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Thursday, August 22nd
The Pretzel Run is a 5K run and 1.5M fun run/walk hosted by St. Robert School in Shorewood, WI. Run proceeds will benefit the school’s 300+ students in pre-K through 8th grade.
First Day of School
Tuesday, September 3rd
(4K children have their own start up schedule. Call the office for details.)
9:00am – 3:00pm
(414) 332-1164 ext.3018
We know that the best way to bring faith to life is to learn how to live it in everyday life. We support the domestic church of the family and help our students to recognize a pervasive, ever-present connection between faith and culture – in their coursework, in current events, in moral choices, in discipline. We’re showing our kids the way to heaven – and assuring that they will be confident enough about their faith to bring others with them.
The Pretzel Run is a 5K run and 1.5M fun run/walk hosted by St. Robert School in Shorewood, WI. Run proceeds will benefit the school’s 300+ students in pre-K through 8th grade. This event is a great opportunity to advance your health, socialize, and support an award-winning school! A family-friendly post-run social will be held at the Estabrook Beer Garden and playground. Please join us!
WHAT ST. ROBERT PARENTS ARE SAYING ABOUT THE SCHOOL
“St. Robert provided my children with an excellent education and involved them in the very important life aspect of giving to and caring for others. Further, St. Robert provided a warm and protective community for the children.”