GREENVILLE—St. Anthony of Padua School was named a 2019 recipient of “Dabo’s All In Team Foundation Grant”, from Clemson University head football coach, Dabo Swinney. The program supports projects that “raise awareness of critical education and health issues in order to change lives of people” across South Carolina”. Principal Mary Margaret Martin, pictured with Swinney, received the $6,800 grant award on behalf of the school.
Schools in the Diocese of Charleston have selected their new principals for the upcoming academic year. John Paul II Catholic School in Ridgeland announced the selection of Walter Dupre as its new principal for the […]
One of the biggest changes any school can make is in leadership. This year, 10 schools in the Diocese of Charleston hired new principals. As the 2015-2016 academic year rolls to a start, here are […]
GREENVILLE—St. Anthony of Padua School received a contribution of $41,000 from St. Joseph’s Catholic and Christ Church Episcopal. The two schools joined forces for a “Together for Greenville” spirit week. The “rivalry for good” included […]