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Principal's Welcome

Dear Parents,
Thank you for considering St. Bartholomew Catholic School for your child’s academic needs. At St. Bartholomew we are a small community that prides itself on getting to know our students, their strengths, their weaknesses and their needs. 
We are committed to providing your child with the tools they need to be successful. 
We are a part of the Archdiocese of Miami Catholic Schools. As such, we serve under the leadership of the Archbishop and operate under the direct supervision of the Superintendent of Catholic Schools. 

We teach according to the Archdiocese of Miami Standards in the areas of Religion, Language Arts, Reading, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies. We also provide instruction in the areas of Spanish, Art, Music, Physical Education and Technology. 
We have several resources that we provide for the students’ academic assistance. These resources are tools that should be used at home to continue to reinforce the skills that the students are learning.
Our students compete in athletic events under the All Broward Catholic Conference in Basketball, Cheerleading, Soccer, Track & Field and Volleyball.
We have a Parent-Student handbook which explains all of the policies and procedures of the school. It also explains our dress code and expectations of conduct. We also have an online school information system which allows parents to be up to date with their children’s academic progress, homework assignments and general information regarding events and activities.
I pray that his letter gives you enough information about our school and leads you to the next step. Should you have any questions please feel free to contact us at (954)431-5253.
We hope to welcome you into our family!
Yours in Christ,

Christine Gonzalez, Ed.S

Mission Statement

The mission of St. Bartholomew Catholic School, in partnership with our parish community, is to provide a Christ-centered education in an ever-changing world. We are committed to embracing our Catholic faith, enriching young minds and forming global citizens of tomorrow.

Vision Statement

St. Bartholomew Catholic School strives to teach as Jesus did by modeling our Catholic values, teaching a love of learning and showing compassion. This allows us to nurture and sustain each student’s God-given gift, molding them cognitively, physically and spiritually to become the disciples of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, projecting His light to the world.


The philosophy of St. Bartholomew Catholic School is to help form the total Christian person spiritually, intellectually, socially, physically, and emotionally in a changing technological society, recognizing each child’s unique and varied talents.  Catholic values and attitudes are exhibited throughout the prayer life and academic life of the school community.
St. Bartholomew recognizes that parents are the primary educators and that the school is an extension of that responsibility.  We strive to cooperate with the home in this endeavor.
At St. Bartholomew we teach and model cherished Catholic values; thus providing an environment that stimulates love of God, neighbor, self and a continuing search for knowledge, truth and justice.
St. Bartholomew strives to provide a standards-based curriculum, which in keeping with Archdiocesan guidelines reflects a concern for foundational skills and the achievement of academic excellence.  
In partnership with the church, Saint Bartholomew Catholic School seeks to prepare its members to proclaim the Good News and to translate this proclamation into action. To assure a respect for human dignity, we provide a learning environment which stresses academic attainment, reflects respect for the rights of others, nurtures global citizenship, instills an obligation to serve others, fosters loyalty to country, and provides opportunities for rational problem-solving in a diverse and changing society.

Graduate at Graduation

St. Bartholomew Catholic School graduates are versatile individuals deeply-rooted in the Catholic Faith, who demonstrate dedication to scholarship through the integration of technology while actively living the Catholic Social teachings.

General School Information

Office Hours:

Monday-Friday 7:15 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. 
PK-2nd Grade:  7:45 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
3rd -8th Grade: 7:45 a.m.-3:00 p.m.

Summer Office Hours:

Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

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