Welcome to St. Mary Help of Christians Catholic School! We have been educating students in the Catholic tradition since 1904, ensuring that each child receives an education that nurtures the spirit as well as the mind. The teachers, parents, and parish work together to provide our children with an education that is rich in faith and family. Ours is a nurturing, supportive environment that thrives from the contributions of all its members to foster a faith-based learning atmosphere that promotes academic excellence, values, and tradition. We are committed to work in collaboration with all shareholders to carry out our school’s mission.
St. Mary Help of Christians is a co-educational, Catholic elementary school that begins with kindergarten and continues through eighth grade. Students of every religious belief, race, and ethnic origin are welcomed. Our faculty and staff are committed to providing the highest quality Catholic education by integrating Catholic traditions and current best teaching practices; we are dedicated to equipping children with the tools necessary to be successful in the 21st century. The result produces students who are:
- Christian Witnesses
- Active Learners
- Responsible Leaders/Citizens
- Effective Communicators
At St. Mary Help of Christians Catholic School, we take pride in maintaining high academic expectations and achievements among our students. Our graduating students are well prepared for high school and are also accepted to well-respected, private Catholic high schools.
Thank you for considering St. Mary Help of Christians Catholic School for your child’s education. I believe you will find our school to be faith-filled and committed to meeting the needs of all its students. Please explore our website to experience more of our school and to contact us if you have any questions or would like to schedule a tour.
May you and your family be blessed…
Charlene Krushinsky, M.Ed.
St. Mary Help of Christians Catholic School
118 York Street SE
Aiken, South Carolina 29801
“Servite Domino in laetitia!” “Serve the Lord joyfully!”
~ St. John Bosco