What are the regular school hours?

School starts at 7:40am.  Dismissal times are as follows:

Preschool full day: 2:20pm
Kindergarten through 5th grade:
2:35 pm
6th grade through 12th grade: 2:46

Students in preschool through 5th grade may attend our Extended Day program until 6:00pm.  There is a fee for this program.

What is the overall size of the school?

Sandusky Central Catholic School has 624 students enrolled in preschool through 12th grade.  All students are one campus.

Is there a dress code at SCCS?

Yes. Students are required to wear school uniforms which vary depending on grade level and time of year.

Can I visit the campus?

Definitely! You can set up a Panther for a Day visit for your student anytime of year!

We love SCCS, but can we afford the tuition?

Over 60% of our families receive some type of financial assistance. Some students in Erie County may be eligible for full tuition scholarships through the Ohio EdChoice program.  SCCS will work with you to get your child the education they deserve.  Please contact our Admissions Coordinator at 419.626.1892 ext. 311 or by email for more information.

Will we have to repay the financial aid award?

No. Tuition assistance is in the form of grants that don’t have to be repaid.

Is there a school counselor on campus?

Yes, SCCS has a school counselor available to all students in grades preschool through 12.

Are teachers available for academic assistance?

Every teacher at Sandusky Central Catholic School is committed to helping students reach their academic potential. Teachers are always available to speak with parents regarding their student's progress and there are two regularly scheduled parent-teacher conference dates throughout the year.  Teachers are normally available to assistance students before or after normal classroom hours when requested.

Is there a nurse on campus?

Yes, SCCS has a school nurse available to assist all students in grades preschool through 12.

Diocese of Toledo in Compliance Following Safe Environment Audit

The Diocese of Toledo participates in an annual audit to determine if our safe environment program, policies, and practices are in compliance with the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People. 

On behalf of Bishop Thomas, I am happy to report that the Diocese of Toledo has been found to be in compliance with the articles of the Charter, based on the 2019-2020 fiscal year audit.

The Diocese of Toledo remains committed to ensuring the protection of children and providing a safe environment for all young people.  If you have any knowledge of abuse that has been committed by a cleric or by any personnel of the Catholic Church, you are urged to report the abuse to your local police department, Children Services, and to contact the Diocesan Victim Assistance Coordinator at (419) 214-4880; or to write to the Victim Assistance Coordinator at 1933 Spielbusch Avenue; Toledo, Ohio 43604.

Click here for the Diocese of Toledo Office of Child & Youth Protection and Victim Assistance web page including the Policy for the Protection of Minors and Young People with accompanying Standards of Behavior and Boundaries and Guidelines for the Prevention of Abuse of Vulnerable Adults.  

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