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Fr. Pat blessed our first day in our "new" school. Families and students gathered for our ribbon cutting for our Grand Opening as St. John XXIII Catholic School!

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Welcome to St. John XXIII Catholic School

Port Washington Catholic School has a new name. We are thrilled to introduce St. John XXIII Catholic School! Our tri-cluster parish and school merged together under the new name of St. John XXIII Catholic Parish. Together we will build upon 163 years of Catholic education in Port Washington. Join us in celebrating our exciting, new, faith-filled community!

2016/17 Theme: Growing as Saints Together.


Building Foundations for a Lifetime

St. John XXIII Catholic School continues a 163-year tradition of instilling Catholic values and academic excellence for students and families in the community. Our faculty and staff are committed to building a solid foundation for life for students in grades Pre-3 through 8th grades. Our curriculum accommodates students' diverse learning styles and prepares them to excel beyond our doors using "real world" tools.

Our students fulfill their spiritual mission through service, compassion, and by example every day. At St. John XXXIII we believe that personal responsibility, high personal and academic expectations, and a strong values-based environment are imperative for academic success and a solid spiritual foundation. We believe in putting our faith in action each and every day in the classroom, on the playground, and at home.

Our students consistently achieve at the highest levels academically. In the last 10 years, eight of our alumni have been valedictorians or salutatorians at area high schools and over 85% of our alumni are consistently on area high school honor rolls. This year, 93% of our high school alumni seniors were on honor roll!

Our graduates continue to carry on the mission of our school by giving back to our religious and local communities in many different ways. They are becoming the responsible leaders of our future. 


Month of the Holy Rosary

October is the month of the Holy Rosary. In observance of this, our second grade students drew pictures of Mother Mary.

“The Holy Rosary is the storehouse of countless blessing.”
Blessed Alan de la Roche


 Learn more about the Holy Rosary here.

 Pray the Rosary On-Line. Our 2nd graders love it!

The Year of Mercy

Now through November 20, 2016, is The Year of Mercy. During this time, we will be making additional efforts to call attention to and integrate corporal and spiritual works of mercy into our daily lives. We will join together through sacramental life of the Church and give mercy away through example.

Soles for Catholic Education Walk

Thank you SJ23 team captain Elizabeth Lara and all our walk supporters. Approximately 60 walkers joined our team. A great time was had by all. Read about the Lara family and SJ23 in this Catholic Herald article.


    The Davis family, members of St. Katharine Parish, Beaver Dam, participate in the 2015 Soles for Catholic Education Walk at Mount Mary University, Milwaukee. Angela and John, pictured with their children, John Jr., left to right, Adelaide and Archer, travel 60 miles each way to be part of the walk. (Submitted photo courtesy Angela Davis)

Celebrating St. John XXIII Feast Day
SJ23 students celebrated the Feast Day of St. John XXIII on October 11, 2017, by starting the day with an All School Mass. The 8th graders took it from there. They presented their saint projects to the rest of the school and then organized everyone for buddy projects. Before continuing with the regular school day they gathered everyone together to join hands for a final prayer.



Lower Campus (Pre-3 - 4th grades)
446 N. Johnson St., Port Washington, WI 53074 . Phone: 262-284-2441

Upper Campus (5th - 8th grades)
1802 Wisconsin St., Port Washington, WI 53074 . Phone: 262-284-2682 . Fax 262.284.4168

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