Academic News at Lowell Catholic

STREAM Curriculum at Lowell Catholic


To mirror the superior academics and co-curricular programs of Lowell Catholic High School, the Elementary School has developed a rigorous STREAM (science, technology, religion, engineering, arts, and math) curriculum designed for successful 21st century learners. Faculty and staff are committed to instilling independent thinking and effective communication.


Head of School, Maryellen DeMarco reports, “It has been an exciting year at Lowell Catholic. The elementary school offers the highest quality curriculum enhanced through the implementation of programs with proven records of success. Our ongoing investment in staff professional development ensures that the classroom environment is engaging and challenging for students.”


Pictured at top: 3rd graders work in teams to creatively explore a chemistry project


Middle School Students “Excel Prepare Live” at Lowell Catholic

Excel Prepare Live

Lowell Catholic’s Associate Principal of Elementary Education awarded certificates to exemplary students in 5th-8th grade. He called the awards the "Excel, Prepare, Live Awards" for someone who has demonstrated the Xaverian values of Humility, Compassion, Simplicity, Trust and Zeal at Lowell Catholic. Students were nominated by teachers at the Elementary School and graciously accepted their awards in a student assembly at Nangle Hall at Lowell Catholic.


Pictured: Excel, Prepare, Live award winners: fifth grader Ashley Dehney of Dracut, sixth graders Eva Reyes of Lowell and Ronan Donaghey of Pelham, NH, seventh graders Keith Pelkey of Chelmsford and Andrew Grieco of Tewksbury and eighth graders Darrel Yepdo of Dracut and Leah Durkin of Dracut.



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