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SCHOOL UNIFORM POLICY

Saint Helen School students wear a uniform each day to show their Spartan Pride and comply with school guidelines. All our uniforms are purchased from Ibiley Uniforms Family can purchase uniforms online directly from the school uniform provider, Ibiley Uniforms by clicking here.

If you want to shop in person, please visit any of the Ibiley Uniforms locations by clicking here.

Uniform Shoe

School Uniform shoes are black dress shoes (not sneakers), and solid white or black athletic sneakers, reserved for Physical Education only.

Uniform Violation

We will be strictly enforcing the school uniform policy. If a student is found to have improper uniform, a dress code violation will be given to the student. A second violation will require the parent of the student to pay $5.00, and a third violation will attract $10.00 fee and a letter from the parent. For more details on Saint Helen School Uniform Policy, please click here.

School Schedule


Free Breakfast and Lunch Program:


School Hour (PreK – K):

7:45 a.m. – 2:45 p.m.


School Hours (1st – 8th grade):

8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.


Extended Day (After School Care):
 
3:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.

News

CELEBRATION OF CATHOLIC SCHOOLS WEEK 2022

Welcome to Catholic Schools Week 2022!

This year’s theme is Catholic Schools: Faith. Excellence. Service.

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Fundraising Christmas Gala 2021

With great pride we are inviting you to our 5th Fundraising Christmas Gala, an opportunity to gather together and relax from the stress of confinement.   All precautions are taken to keep you safe, as we have done it since the beginning of the Covid-19.  

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2021-2022 Registration

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SCHOOL MASS

THEME: THE FEAST OF SAINT AGNES

The Feast of Saint Agnes is January 21st. She is the patron saint of young girls. Born in 291 AD in Rome, Italy. St. Agnes is one of the most famous early Christian virgin martyrs and she is mentioned in one of the Eucharistic prayers of the Mass. Because of the legend around her martyrdom, Saint Agnes is patron saint of those seeking chastity and purity. She is also the patron saint of young girls and girl scouts.

According to tradition, Agnes was a beautiful girl, about 12 or 13 years old, who refused marriage, stating that she would have no spouse but Jesus Christ.

Her suitors revealed her Christianity, which was then condemned as a cult. After refusing to renounce her faith, she was murdered during the persecution of the Christians by the Roman emperor Diocletian and was buried beside the Via Momentanes.

 

CONNECT WITH US

Saint Helen Catholic School
3340 W. Oakland Park Blvd
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33311
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Phone: (954) 739-7094

Fax: (954) 739-0797

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