Grades K—8 attend daily religion classes and weekly Catholic Mass. Students participate in these liturgies as lectors, singers, readers, altar servers, and more. Students receive significant preparation for Reconciliation, First Holy Communion, and Confirmation.   Learn More

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St. Teresa students consistently score among the highest in the Diocese of Pittsburgh on standardized tests, and many of our graduates are placed in honors and advanced classes in high school. In the past nine years, eight of our alumni have been named high school valedictorians or salutatorians. Learn More



Starting in Kindergarten, students have the opportunity to participate in Athletics and/or Activities which include everything from Forensics, Chorus, and Student Council to Cross Country, Soccer, and Basketball. Learn More

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The faculty and staff at St. Teresa of Avila School are very excited to welcome the students tomorrow for the first day of school!

Just a quick reminder that the main doors will open at 8:00 a.m. and dismissal will be at 11:15 a.m. Extended morning care will be available beginning at 7:00 a.m.

The 2016-2017 Academic Year marks the 111th year of Catholic education at St. Teresa of Avila School, and we hope to make it the best year yet!
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St. Teresa of Avila School's Cross-country Team kicked off the season with a tremendous performance at the Vincentian Academy Invitational on Saturday.

Congratulations to our Varsity Boys for taking 1st Place overall! Congratulations also to our Varsity and Junior Varsity runners who earned individual medals!

We are so proud of all of our runners for giving it their all on the challenging course. Way to go, Titan runners!
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You only have ONE night to get your Fish Fry fix until Lent and that's TONIGHT at the festival. The fried or baked cod. The mac n cheese. The cole slaw. The french fries. Get here before 7:30 or you'll be too late!
We're open until 11 PM tonight, Eldorado is playing at 8 PM. Rides, games (for kids AND adults), the flea market (50% off), bingo, the beer garden... so much to do! School is starting soon, come spend one of your last official summer evenings at the festival!
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Herzlich Willkommen! Why not celebrate Oktoberfest early at the festival tonight?

Enjoy your choice of Sauerbraten, Wiener Schnitzel, or Pork with Kraut. Includes amazing sides like Potato Pancakes, Sweet/Sour Cabbage, Spaetzle, and German Potato Salad. For $10 you get the entree, salad, dessert, AND a drink. You really can't beat it!

Plus we have the Back In Time Band at 7 PM, Wally Merriman on the Button Box, Bingo in Schoppol Hall, and everything at the flea market is 50% OFF starting tonight. See you there!
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Tonight's the night! Festival "50" is finally here! Join us all week long as we celebrate our milestone anniversary with food, fun, and fellowship.
Dinner from 4:30-7:30 pm in the auditorium, tonight we serve "Meat and Potatoes" with your choice of Roast Beef or Ham (Adults $10; Children 10 and under $6).
Rides, games, and the flea market all open at 6:00 pm. Plus balloon art with Juggleseeds Joe Lyons and a 7 pm show with the North Hills Dixie Band!
We can't wait! See you there!
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"When we were making a choice about schools for our children, we felt that it was important to give them a Catholic education. At that time we didn’t fully understand the wonderful impact of that decision. Sending our children to St. Teresa helped them develop a solid education in a disciplined environment with a deep sense of faith and relationship with God. The legacy of their Catholic education is still to come, but the love, trust and loyalty that St. Teresa School has offered will be a foundation for them on their life-long journey.”

—Madeline & Paul Malone

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