Welcome to St. Augustine of Canterbury School


Thank you for your interest in Saint Augustine of Canterbury School. You are invited to visit our beautiful school facilities, meet our students and faculty, and share in the uniqueness of our community.

For over 50 years, Saint Augustine of Canterbury School has provided a Catholic Education in South Brunswick Township. Our students develop love and respect for the traditions and values found in our Catholic faith. We are dedicated to proclaiming the message of Jesus, teaching His Truth and extending His Love; while providing an academic program based on excellence, which fosters self-discipline, creativity and flexibility.

Saint Augustine of Canterbury School unites its students, parents, teachers, administrators and staff. Together, we achieve our goals and that’s why our children enjoy and love coming to school.



 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
 

2014 NCEA Distinguished HSA for Promoting Catholic Identity

 

** ACTION ALERTS **

Advisory: Middlesex County Sheriff's Office & Board of Chosen Freeholders Partner Together For Hurricane Maria Relief

The Middlesex County Sheriff's Office and the Board of Chosen Freeholders are partnering together for Hurricane Maria Relief. Please see the flyer below for more information.

Middlesex County Hurricane Maria Relief

Action Alert Update: Gov. Christie Signs 2018 Budget With Increases in Nonpublic School Funding!

Governor Christie has signed the Fiscal Year 2018 Budget without any changes.  Therefore, the funding available to nonpublic schools for transportation, technology, security and nursing services has increased. Below is a summary of the new funding amounts, along with a copy of the Legislative Directory for those who wish to thank their legislator(s) personally.

Summary of FY 2018 Budget Nonpublic School Funding

Legislative Directory

Action Alert: Support H.R. 390 - Iraq and Syria Genocide Emergency Relief and Accountability Act of 2017

Bishop Checchio has asked that we spread the word and urge support of H.R. 390. Take action by visiting this link:

PhoneCongress.com - Tell Congress What You Think (HR 390)

For more information, please read the March 21st Op-Ed for the Washington Post by Supreme Knight of the Knights of Columbus - Carl Anderson:

A year ago we declared ISIS genocidal. Why are its victims still waiting for aid?

 


LATEST NEWS

ST A'S IN THE NEWS – MyCentralJersey.com – SEPTEMBER 28, 2017

Students plant pinwheels for peace

ST A'S IN THE NEWS – THE CATHOLIC SPIRIT – AUGUST 24, 2017

Highlights from St. Augustine School's STREAM program are featured in a 2-page article appearing in the August 24, 2017 issue of The Catholic Spirit.

Blue Ribbon parochial school from diocese looks to STREAM ahead (Pages 34-35)

ST A'S IN THE NEWS – SOUTH BRUNSWICK PATCH – JUNE 19, 2017

St. Augustine of Canterbury Student Wins First Place in Middlesex County Environmental Essay Contest

7TH GRADER WINS MIDDLESEX COUNTY ENVIRONMENTAL ESSAY CONTEST

Seventh Grader Angela C. recently won First Place in the Middlesex County Environmental Essay Contest. The topic for this 400 word essay was "What are some ways we can get our residents to reduce the amount of waste we make?" She was honored for this achievement on June 15th at the Board of Chosen Freeholders' Meeting in New Brunswick, and received a Samsung Tablet and a collection of books about the environment. Click below to read Angela's winning essay:

Solid Waste Management Essay - Angela C. (7W)

STUDENT ACHIEVEMENTS PAGE UPDATED – MAY 16, 2017

Seventh grader Ayana R. was awarded High Honors for being among the highest scoring students in the 2016-17 Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth (CTY) Talent Search. Read the full story on the Student Achievements page in the Honors & Achievements section of the Academics menu above.

ST A'S IN THE NEWS – THE CATHOLIC SPIRIT – MAY 4, 2017

The Diocese of Metuchen Office of Respect for Life has announced the winners of the 2017 Respect for Life Poster Contest. Three St. A's students were among the honorees: Dylan W. (1st Place - Grade 5), Madison Q. (2nd Place - Grade 7), and Grace X. (1st Place - Grade 8). Click the link below to see the winning posters as featured in the May 4, 2017 issue of The Catholic Spirit.

Respect for Life Poster Contest winners announced (Pages 10-11)

 

 

 

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