Catholic Schools
in the diocese of new Ulm

 
  • The Diocese of New Ulm has fourteen elementary schools and three high schools, with schools located within eight of the fifteen counties of the diocese.

  • The 2016-2017 PreK-12 student enrollment Is 1,998 employing 219 teaching faculty.

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CitySchool & Web Site LinkPhonePrincipal
Bird IslandSt. Mary School (K-8)(320) 365-3693Mrs. Tracy Bertrand
CanbySt. Peter School (PreK-6)(507) 223-7729Mrs. Lori Rangaard
HutchinsonSt. Anastasia School (PreK-6)(320) 587-2490Mrs. Sheila Hendricks
LitchfieldSt. Philip School (K-5)(320) 693-6283Mrs. Michelle Kramer
MarshallHoly Redeemer School (K-8)(507) 532-6642Mrs. Carol J. DeSmet
MinneotaSt. Edward School (K-8)(507) 872-6391Mrs. Jaci Garvey
MorganSt. Michael School (PreK-6)(507) 249-3192Mrs. Jennifer Fischer
New UlmSt. Anthony Elementary School (PreK-6) (507) 354-2928Mrs. Shelly Bauer
New UlmCathedral High School(507) 354-4511Mr. William Schumacher
MankatoLoyola Catholic School (PreK-12)**(507) 388-2997Mr. Casey Breen, President
Sleepy Eye St. Mary Elementary School (PreK-6)(507) 794-6141Mrs. Mary Gangelhoff
Sleepy Eye St. Mary Junior and Senior High School (7-12)(507) 794-4121Mr. Andrew Bach
SpringfieldSt. Raphael School (PreK-6)(507) 723-4135Mrs. Jennifer Fischer
St. PeterJohn Ireland School (K-6)(507) 931-2810Ms. Colleen Wenner
TracySt. Mary School (PreK-6)(507) 629-3270Mrs. Laurie Nord
WabassoSt. Anne School (PreK-6)(507) 342-5389Mrs. Mary Franta
WinstedHoly Trinity Schools (PreK-12)(320) 485-2182, Mr. Wes Kapping

**Loyola Catholic School, located in Mankato, is part of the Diocese of Winona. Students from the Church of the Holy Rosary in North Mankato (part of the Diocese of New Ulm) attend Loyola.

Curriculum Resources

Vocations Curriculum: Click here for a brochure of the vocations supplemental curriculum required to be used in all of the Catholic Schools of the Diocese of New Ulm.

Religion Curriculum:  During the 2016-2017 school year, written diocesan curriculum standards are being drafted for K-8 religion instruction. The standards will be finalized and piloted in the upcoming year. Schools have previously been responsible for writing the curriculum standards at the local school level.

All Other Curriculum Areas:  Every Catholic school within the Diocese of New Ulm is required to have written curriculum standards which guide the instruction for every subject area taught. Standards are to be learner focused and to be directly tied to student assessments. Schools are to have an ongoing process for evaluating and editing the written standards. Schools are required to meet the Minnesota Nonpublic School Accrediting Association performance indicators related to curriculum and instruction.