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Discover St. Bernadette Parish School at Open Houses Jan. 26 & 29


Reading“You shall love your neighbor as yourself.” (Mat 22:39)

Are you looking for a local school that can help instill values in your child?

The Mission of St. Bernadette Parish School – located in Burien – is to teach Christian values in a Catholic-centered environment, to foster academic excellence, and to develop compassionate individuals.

The St. Bernadette school philosophy includes acknowledging that parents are the primary educators and aims to do the following:

  • Inspire students to embrace an ongoing relationship with God.
  • Foster a spirit of lifelong learning and promote each student’s unique talents through a comprehensive curriculum.
  • Provide an environment that encourages self-confidence, self-respect, and respect for all life.
  • Build a community based on sharing the virtues of faith, hope, love, and service.
  • Develop individuals empowered with Christian values who strive for peace and social justice throughout the world.

St. Bernadette’s is a vibrant school of over 230 students in Pre-K-8th grade. The faculty includes one certified teacher per grade level, one kindergarten aide and a Title 1 teacher. In addition to core academic classes, the school offers physical education, music and library. Before and after school activities include: drama, choir, math club, art, green team, and CYO sports. We also have an Extended Day Program that provides before and after school childcare and enrichment at affordable rates.. Electrical upgrades and new wiring have allowed technology to be integrated within the curriculum. There are computers in every classroom, 30 computers in the computer lab, a laptop cart and an I-Pad cart.

St. Bernadette Parish School is a multicultural school with many traditions, celebrations, and activities. It continues to be characterized by extraordinarily supportive parents and enthusiastic students. The school provides an excellent education in a spiritual setting with a strong sense of Catholic identity permeating every brick of the institution.

Please join us at one of our January Open House Dates:

  • Sunday, January 26th 2014: 12-1 p.m.
  • Wednesday, January 29th, 2014: 9:30-11:30 a.m.





St. Bernadette Parish School
1028 SW 128th, Burien, WA 98146-3126
Office (206) 244-4934 Fax (206) 244-4943
Email: [email protected]


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5 Responses to “Discover St. Bernadette Parish School at Open Houses Jan. 26 & 29”
  1. Wanker says:

    Is there ever going to be more content that is not a sponsored post? I am sure this is a great school, but I visit your site for local news, events and happenings, not ads.

  2. Dan Kennedy says:

    Probably not.

    After the last election, with the Blog literally shutting off all political dissent (by completely turning off the comments), nobody trusts them to provide unbiased news anymore. Most of us had no idea the Blog was an apparatchik of Mayors Kaplan and Sheckler until then.

    So, standby for more ads…

    • Scott Schaefer says:

      Dan Kennedy – you’re highly misinformed and incorrect.

      The Waterland Blog is not an apparatchik of any politician(s) in Des Moines AT ALL.

      We are a totally independent local blog run by a family-owned business called South King Media, which runs five other blogs in the Des Moines/SeaTac/Burien area (see http://www.southkingmedia.com).

      FYI, commenting was shut down last fall because of misinformed commenters hijacking this as well as our other blogs, and had NOTHING to do with the election. To try and inject any kind of ridiculous conspiracy theory is completely wrong!

      Scott Schaefer

      PS: Advertising from local businesses is how we support our local blogs…

      • Bob Sheckler says:

        Scott–“highly misinformed and incorrect” is a very polite way to describe this guy. Please be aware that the vast majority of people who read your blog appreciate the contribution you make to the communities you serve. Keep up the good work.

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