Cathedral Parish School, a Diocesan school in the Diocese of St. Augustine, is rich in history and academic excellence. In 1916, the Sisters of St. Joseph opened the doors of Cathedral Parish School to enrich the spiritual and educational lives of the local children. Over the years, Cathedral Parish School has become known as CPS to the community of St. Augustine.
Cathedral Parish School prides itself in teaching for the total development of the child. We recognize parents are the first and foremost educators of their children. Therefore, our goal is to partner with you, the parents, in providing the best spiritual and academic environment for your children.
Our academic excellence was recognized in 2007 by the U.S. Department of Education as one of fifty private schools, nationwide, to be selected as a Blue Ribbon School of Excellence. Each day, the faculty and staff strive to develop our students socially, academically, emotionally and spiritually within our Catholic environment.
The location of CPS is in the heart of Historic St. Augustine and our location allows our students to be active participants in our local community. Our students support St. Francis House, Catholic Charities, St. Gerard House, The Argitis Foundation, and the St. Augustine Water Management Project through their community service projects.
We are pleased to offer an educational community that is academically challenging, diverse, and committed to the Gospel of Jesus Christ and the teachings and traditions of the Roman Catholic Church. We invite you to learn more about our school, located in the nation's oldest city and affiliated with the nation's first parish, the Cathedral-Basilica of Saint Augustine.
Cathedral Parish School is a community of families and staff working together educating students and the future leaders of tomorrow. Please contact the school office, 904.824.2861 for additional information.