ST. AMBROSE CATHOLIC SCHOOL

Providing a foundation of Catholic truths and values. Students will leave St. Ambrose with the knowledge and skills necessary for life in the modern world.

822 W. Homer Adams Parkway, Godfrey, IL 62035
Call 618-466-4216 | Fax 618-466-4575
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IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENTS:
  • NEW | Link to 'Parent / Guardian Suggestion Box' can be found in the Quicklinks section
  • Registration for the 2024-2025 school year is now open | Visit the Registration Quicklink below
  • See why we love our school so much! Check out our NEW video St. Ambrose Catholic School
  • May 13 - 16 | Dress Down Days with Passes
  • May 15 | 8th Grade Graduation at 6 p.m.
  • May 16 | PreK Graduation at 6 p.m.
  • May 17 | Last Day of School Not a dress down day | Final School Mass at 8:15 a.m. | End of Year Awards in Classrooms | 10:30 a.m. Celebration Video | 11:30 a.m. Dismissal
  • June 9 | Class of 2025 Fundraiser - River Dragons v. Jacksonville Rockabillys at 5:35 p.m. - Please contact Marissa Murray at 618-781-5904, any 7th grade parent, or Venmo @SAPA820 to get tickets.

FACTS SIS Family Portal

2023-2024 Parent/Student Handbook

2023-2024 School Calendar

Current School Newsletter

Spiritwear Store | ORDER ONLINE

Submit Help Desk Ticket

Service Hours Form | Print & submit to School Office

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Report It - Our St. Ambrose Catholic School anonymous reporting system allows students or parents in the school community to anonymously submit information, tips, or notification about things like safety threats, bullying, alcohol or drug use, depression, suicide or self-harm, violence, and more.

Parent / Guardian Suggestion Box

2023-2024 Fundraisers & Events:

Saint Sponsorship | July 1, 2023 - June 30, 2024

Applefest 2023 | September 29-30, 2023

MAGIC Match Program | Sponsor A Classroom for 2023-24

 

 

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MISSION

St. Ambrose School provides a foundation of Catholic truths and values. Students will leave with the knowledge and skills necessary for life in the modern world.

We believe that each child is a unique person created by God to fulfill a special purpose in the world. Thus, it is the responsibility of the Catholic school to ensure that the Christian potential of each child is reached by developing and strengthening the whole person — spiritually, morally, intellectually, physically, and socially.

We believe that the parents are the first and foremost educators of the child in the ways of faith. It is through them that the child first receives an insight into God’s love and acquires Christian attitudes and values. It is only through mutual cooperation and support by both home and school that the interests of the child can be served best. By our actions together, we serve as living witnesses of the Good News and sharers of the faith, thus empowering the child to be developed for the service of others and to take a rightful place in answering God’s call.

KEY FACTS AT ST. AMBROSE

75 YEARS OF ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE IN A CATHOLIC ENVIRONMENT

We have every advantage in terms of space, environment, opportunity, resources, leadership and companionship.  May we continue to answer our own personal call as a thanksgiving for all that we have here at St. Ambrose.

248 STUDENTS PREK-8TH GRADE
SAINTS HELPING HEROES

Service Projects that focus on building meaningful community relationships while honoring every day heroes

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Chromebooks for every student

EXTRACURRICULAR
  • Sports
  • School Plays
  • Academic Competitions

Testimonials

What Our Families Say About Us

We chose St. Ambrose Catholic School to provide our girls with a solid educational and spiritual foundation. Thus far, the excellent teachers and staff have made this goal a reality. The girls look forward to learning and going to school and we cannot ask for much more than that. We are forever grateful for all the hard work that is put towards helping form them into the great little people they are today.

Our children have benfited immensely from the well-rounded educational experience at St. Ambrose.  Not only have they grown academically, they've also gained spiritually and socially.  It's comforting knowing our kids are at a school with staff and peers that have known them for years and share values similar to our own.