Six words on Catholic Schools

Ernest Hemingway is credited with writing the first six-word story in the 1920s. It was bet he couldn’t resist. Now it’s our turn. In celebration of 2015 Catholic Schools Week, we’re asking for your best 6-word story on Catholic schools. It can be about a person, a memory or an experience. Perhaps a teacher left an impression. Whatever you wish. Nearly 25 people have written so far. Add your own story by emailing it to communications@cppsadmin.org or post it on our Facebook page. Give it a shot. We love to hear from you!
 
David: They made me a better person.

Molly C.: Sr. Cecilia was the BEST Principal!

Molly M.: Service in action by Awesome Nuns.

Lise: Dedication proves it will pay off!!!!

Kathy: Catholic Schools educate the whole child!

Judy: Great education, wonderful teachers, equals success!\

George: Backbone and foundation of my life.

Donna: Serving God by serving community…

Gayle: Friendship, acceptance,community, discipline ,faith , caring

Mary Jane: Best school years of my life!

Helen: Catholic School Teachers are God’s BEST!

Juanita: We became sisters for a lifetime. ’76

Joan: Can’t appreciate it until you’re older!

Susan: “A” student expelled as troubled troublemaker!

Carol: Lifelong friendships, experiences, education, faith, memories.

Lise: Dedication proves it does pay off!

Dorie: It made me who I am.

Valerie: We reconnected and are friends FOREVER!

Theresa: Peaceful retreat in a chaotic world

Mary: Forever connected in life and death!!

Theresa: Hidden passages with secret music alcoves

Jerri: Foundation for life.

Maria: It was an outstanding learning journey.

Melissa: Where else could I ever sing and act onstage?

M.l.: St. Mary’s Escondido to SLRA Oceanside CA.

Connie: Twelve years Catholic school, awesome education.

Monica: We are Academy girls, we wear……………….

Mary: Could not get out soon enough!

Connie: Academy, in grateful song we turn …

Joan: Sr. M. Elizabeth, the very best!

Kathleen: Wild, crazy and fun!

Susan: Sr. Virgilia-best teacher ever!

Mary: So what happened to Mrs. Herbig?

Suzanne Kirsh: Sr. Brenda Montiel changed me forever.

Julie: Friends/Sisters/Father Joe – My Lifeline!

Maggie: Love ,education past HS, and BFF’S!

M.L.: Hated boarding,homesick,Oceanside trips on Sat.,in the old station wagon fun.