Divine Mercy Catholic Academy appreciates your support of our school.
There are many ways to help:
- by volunteering your time or talents,
- by making financial gifts,
- by your prayers for our success.
Our school is a new consolidated endeavor. The 2017-18 academic year is our second with three campus locations. We are striving to become as financially self-sufficient as possible. We deeply appreciate the help of all who want to keep Catholic education alive in our community. If you wish to volunteer your time or talent or to make a financial contribution to our school, please talk with our Prinicpal, Thomas Smith, at (814) 266-3837, Ext. 1.
Thank you from our administration, faculty, staff, students, and families. We are committed to providing the finest Catholic education for our children. We believe it is very important in our world today.
Financial contributions may include:
Direct gifts and scholarship contributions from families or individuals
Bequests and gifts of Stock. life insurance or IRA funds
Business contributions thru EITC
Volunteer opportunities may include:
Help with extracurricular activities. clubs and sports
Help with necessary maintenance and building improvements
Help coordinating fund raising projects
Serving on Advisory Committees, etc.
September 15, 2017:
Divine Mercy Catholic Academy has received a major gift which will cover the cost of a new state of the art STREAM Program for grades Pre-K through 8. This has come about through the generosity of a single deeply committed donor. We are extremely grateful and are currently seeking additional contributors to help us fund our STREAM program far into the future.
STREAM is an extension of STEM, a curriculum that centers around Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. DMCA’s program expands those core elements to include the Religion and Art components.
Our program will utilize the LEGO® Education System, and our donor is financing the initial acquisition of the LEGO® materials and the staffing of a STREAM director.
We are actively seeking other contributions to insure sustainability of the program for many years to come.
We are so grateful and very excited as DMCA is building far into the future–one LEGO® block at a time! Come grow with us!
Please contact our principal, Thomas Smith, if you would like to contribute to this project.