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Mission Statement

We are Nouvel - Called by Christ, to learn, love and lead... courageously.

Nouvel Catholic Central Schools Announces New Elementary Principal, Izabella Lopez.

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Nouvel Catholic Central Schools - Student Updates (March 2018)

 Students from NCCE competed in the 21st annual Delta College Middle School Math Competition on Saturday, March 17

A total of 391 students from 34 area schools were present for the challenging written math test and other activities scattered throughout the campus to show how math is incorporated into science. Students in the 6th, 7th and 8th grades competed against others in their grade level. Prizes were then awarded to the top 25 students at each grade level.

Congratulations to our 8 medal winners:
8th Grade: Joseph, Jonathan, Katie
7th Grade: Shawn, Collin
6th Grade: Preston, Derek, Tucker

Featured are the 8th grade students. Back row: Alec, Parker, Josh, Jonathan, Sam, Stuart and Joseph. Front row: Grace, Clara, Sophie, Riley, Faith, Katie and Collete.

 

 

Kids Against Hunger Creates Community Impact

Nearly 100 students from three Saginaw County middle and high schools came together on Saturday, March 17 with one common goal, feeding those less fortunate. Students from Carrollton, Swan Valley and Nouvel Catholic Central partnered together again this year to support Kids Against Hunger, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to significantly reduce the number of hungry children in the United States and starving children around the world.

The student and adult volunteers were able to prepare 20,642 meal packages in just a few hours. Meals prepared on Saturday will go to support local efforts through Hidden Harvest, US Disaster Relief and Global Relief.

 

 

 

NCC Drama Department Presented Successful Spring Play

Our students entertained more than 600 people with the production of their spring play, The Sound of Music. Students performed four shows over the course of the March 15-18 and even had an additional, special showing for some of our NCCE students as well as residents from Saint Francis Home of Saginaw.

 

 

 

 

 

Nouvel Catholic Central Schools Info

  Most Rev. Joseph R. Cistone, D.D.
Bishop of Saginaw
Father Judge High School, Philadelphia
St. Charles Borromeo Seminary, B.A. in Philosophy and Master of Divinity
  Father Richard A. Bokinskie
Vicar for Catholic Schools

         

Mrs. Mary Ann Deschaine, Ed.S.
Superintendent of Schools
Catholic Diocese of Saginaw
Interim President - Nouvel Catholic Central Schools
mdeschaine@dioceseofsaginaw.org

  Dr. Kim Prime
Director of Curriculum
Nouvel Catholic Central Schools
  Mr. Mark Frost
Principal/President
Nouvel Catholic Central High School
  Sr. Ann deGuise, OSF
Principal
Nouvel Catholic Central Elementary School

 

Accreditation

Michigan Association of Non-Public Schools

Admissions

Based on review of prior academic, attendance and behavior records

Students

Nouvel Catholic Central Schools provide an outstanding educational experience for preschool-12th grade students, rooted in the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church. Students from several Mid-Michigan communities and many faiths attend

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Nouvel Catholic Central Schools
Attn: Advancement Office
PO Box 6577
Saginaw, MI 48608

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989-399-2224

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Saginaw, MI 48603
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989-399-2232

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Catholicism is a deep matter; you cannot take it up in a tea-cup.

– Venerable John Henry Cardinal Newman