Welcome Prospective St. Didacus Parents!
Schedule a guided tour during regular school hours, 8:00 a.m. to 2:45 p.m. by calling the office or completing the form on the right. Visit the classrooms, and meet the principal and some of our faculty. Come experience what makes us diverse!
We have a warm, generous, and engaged parent community. We are blessed to have so many who share their time and talents to support our school, our students, and each other. We appreciate the unique expertise and experience of all parents, and we embrace all families as partners in providing support, guidance, and inspiration for the children of our school.
We look forward to meeting you!
Hear from some of our St. Didacus Parents:
Attend Our Open House
Our Annual Open House is a great way to learn about the school. Open House is held annually . This school year the open house is Sunday, January 29th, 2023.
Frequently Asked Questions
We have high academic standards, and our students go on to attend college prep Catholic high schools and go into honors/baccalaureate classes at the public high schools. Our standardized test scores demonstrate a focus on academic excellence with results consistently well above national as well as local, public, and private school averages. Our curriculum can be found here.
No. Non-Catholic students and their families are welcome at the school. St. Didacus Parish School provides a quality education in a safe and nurturing environment. Whether you are a Catholic or non-Catholic family, the St. Didacus school community is warm, friendly, and welcoming to all. Daily religion classes and service, however, are part of our whole school program.
At St. Didacus, Catholic teachings extend beyond the formal lessons students receive every day in their religion class. Our students pray daily, celebrate Mass weekly as a student body, attend retreats, and participate in service projects for the broader community. Teachers are able to incorporate the teachings of Christ into all content lessons; they do not have to separate faith from subject matter. Students are taught to recognize the presence of Christ in themselves and others. The discipline program reinforces this concept by guiding the students to treat each other with dignity and respect. The school’s religious program is an extension of what happens at home.
Yes. All teachers have a current teaching credential and continue to take a specific number of continuing education classes. The classroom teachers also are certified by the Diocese of San Diego to teach religion.
Yes. Each family is asked to perform 30 hours of service to the school a year. A large majority of our parents exceed this amount.