A Rendering Of Our New High School Building
A Rendering Of Our New Media and Technology Center
A View Of Our New Clasrooms

Morning Star School is “Building A Brighter Future”

For over five decades our facilities have served as an ideal base for Morning Star School operations. But to continue serving the needs of our students, their families, and the community, we must build for the future by expanding our facilities. Each year our parents would search for an appropriate high school placement for their special needs child. A stressful time for both parent and student as there are few high school programs in our area serving learning challenges – and none that exactly match the emotional and social needs of many of our students.

In 2016, as part of our 60th anniversary celebration, we embarked on an ambitious effort to extend services to students beyond elementary and middle school by adding a high school program. The launch of our “Building A Brighter Future” capital campaign set the foundation and allowed us to begin construction on a new building to accommodate 9th—12th grade students.

The Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley building was completed in July 2017 making Morning Star a Kindergarten through 12th grade school – A DREAM COME TRUE!

Our new building accommodates 4 middle school classrooms, 4 high school classrooms and a media and learning center for our Upper School students. The building increases the number of educational spaces allowing us to offer our existing students the ability to continue at Morning Star School throughout 12th grade. It also makes more efficient use of our existing space by unifying all students on a single campus. Prior to the new building, we were renting space at Christ The King for several middle school classrooms. Our new building provides much needed room to grow our educational program – a valuable resource for our community of families who currently do not have many options for their children with learning differences.

Additional donations have also allowed us to add a beautiful outdoor classroom – the St. Marks Peace Garden and a new playground for our younger students. We are so grateful for the many blessings that have taken place since we started the campaign. Thank you to the many wonderful people that support our school!

Dreaming of OUR FUTURE

This year, as we continue to improve our new high school we will work towards naming and completing the new learning center – an important part of our high school curriculum.  We will also work on renovating an adjacent building to accommodate a life skills center, a chapel and a fitness facility.  In addition we will establish a Tuition Assistance Fund for families in need. Please consider donating to our campaign. See project details below.

View a complete list of naming opportunities HERE.

 

 

 

 

 

 

VIEW CAMPAIGN BROCHURE HERE
VIEW NAMING OPPORTUNITIES HERE
DOWNLOAD PLEDGE FORM HERE

THANKS TO MANY GENEROUS DONORS ARE SCHOOL IS GROWING…


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HIGH SCHOOL
GROUNDBREAKING CEREMONY
NOVEMBER 2016



ST. MARKS PEACE GARDEN
OUTDOOR CLASSROOM

"I am the root and offspring of David, the bright and morning star...” Rev. 22:16

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