St. Cyril of Jerusalem

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The formation of our children is first and foremost the responsibility of the parents, and is something that needs to be modeled in our homes. Thankfully, however, the Church has made it possible for parents to work alongside the greater Catholic community in helping shape the Church’s youngest members.

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Note: Religious education for children (grades 1-7) attending public schools is via the parish-based PREP (Parish Religious Education Program).

St. Cyril of Jerusalem School

Pre-k through 8 Elementary School
Contact
818-501-4155
Mr. Ryan Halverson
Location
4548 Haskell Ave.
Encino, CA 91436

            ABOUT SAINT CYRIL OF JERUSALEM SCHOOL

  • A rigorous academic environment that requires critical thinking and problem solving.

  • We have SmartBoards in every classroom, an updated wireless network, Macbook Lab, video production class, robotics program, a school-wide iPad program (including a one-to-one in 5th - 8th grade)

  • Hands-on, project-based learning activities to connect learning to real life, including a K-8 STEM-aligned science curriculum (STEMScopes)

  • The Class of 2018 were accepted into many local private schools with honors at entrance and academic scholarship offers. These schools include: Alemany, Campbell Hall, Chaminade, Crespi, Louisville, Loyola, Notre Dame, and Providence

  • Past alumni have been valedictorians at Louisville, Notre Dame, and Crespi (including the class of 2015), and Marymount high schools.

  • St. Cyril alumni who have recently graduated high school were accepted to Stanford, Annapolis, UCLA, Berkeley, Notre Dame, John Hopkins, NYU, and other prestigious schools.

  • Extensive opportunities in the arts (music, theatre, art), school athletics (volleyball, basketball, softball, football, track, and swimming), and a range of after-school programs (Tae-Kwon-Do, chess, Irish Step, coding/programming, science, theatre arts, etc.).