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What
An independent, private, Catholic middle school in Southwest Detroit sponsored by four congregations of women religious--Religious Sisters of Mercy, Regional Community of Detroit; Sisters of St. Joseph of Nazareth, Michigan; Religious of the Sacred Heart, United States Province; and Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, Monroe, Michigan; and by the collaboration of other women religious and lay women.

Who
For young women in grades six through eight who have academic potential but whose families at present have no access to a private or parochial education.

Why
To provide an atmosphere of learning which will educate approximately sixty girls annually and develop their capacity for critical thinking so that they will acquire skills necessary for academic and life-long success.

How
- Extended Day which includes classroom learning and co-curricular activities in the Thematic Arts, Crafts, and Athletics.
- Supervised Study to develop effective independent learning and study skills.
- Weekend Activities and Summer Program to enhance classroom learning and promote studentsí awareness of the world around them.
- Parental involvement, including regularly scheduled parent-teacher conferences, a parent volunteer program, and parenting skills seminars.  

Classes
Fifteen students and each student and her family must be supportive of the school's mission and philosophy

Funding
The founding religious congregations, other supportive religious congregations, the Archdiocese of Detroit, philanthropic foundations, corporations, and individual donors.