Welcome to Saint Dominic’s Academy
A Catholic Montessori School
The mission of Saint Dominic’s Academy is to provide a comprehensive education for our children in body, mind and spirit, based on the precepts and teachings of the Catholic Church and established in accordance with all of the applicable regulations of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. While working in cooperation with families, our program implements the teaching and principles of Dr. Maria Montessori, providing an environment that stimulates the child’s natural curiosity and prepares him/her to become an independent, self-reliant and compassionate human being.
Registrations for next school year 2017-18 are now open!
Please click Saint Dominic’s Academy_regform_2017 to download the registration form. We highly recommend that you visit the school before registering so you can see how the Montessori method works and determine if it is right for your child and your family.
Primary Environment: Ages 3 – 6
Elementary Environment: Ages 6 – 12
Please join in our efforts to restore Catholic education in Honesdale and provide a high quality Montessori program. You can use the “donate” button on the DONATE page on this website or visit our gofundme page:
Even a small donation is helpful to us because it shows support for what we’re doing and helps make this unique education available to those who need and desire it.
“It is possible to see a clear analogy between
the Shepherd in the Church and that of the
prudent and generous educator in the Montessori
method, who with tenderness, with love and with
a wise evaluation of gifts, knows how to discover
and bring to light the most hidden virtues and
capacities of the child.”
– Saint Pope John XXIII
Saint Dominic’s Academy admits students of any race, color, and national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. The Academy does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in its admission policies, or in the administration of its educational policies in general, or in any scholarship, loan, or athletic programs, when as and if such programs become available, or in any other school administered programs whatsoever.