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Why should you consider a St. Leo's education?

St. Leo the Great School Amherst, NY

It starts with the outstanding faculty that provides personal attention to each student and a challenging curriculum backed by technology to give kids the best opportunity to learn. With more extra-curricular activities to help students develop their many talents including interscholastic sports for boys and girls, computers, music, art, and drama.

St Leo's students continue to score in the upper percentile on New York State exams and are better prepared to succeed in high school.

Call Maureen Barrick at (716) 832-6340 today to arrange a school visit or to register your child, and find out why St. Leo's School education can be the start of something great for your child.


School Grant

We are very pleased to announce this year that our school has received a $500 grant from the Exxon Mobil Educational Alliance program. This year, the money will be used in our math and science programs.

Dan and Sue Knoll secured the grant this year. The Knoll’s own and operate a Mobil gas and service station located at 3005 Niagara Falls Boulevard (intersection of E. Robinson Road) in Amherst. Thank you Sue and Dan for your support of our school!

 

Our Mission

The faculty and staff of St. Leo the Great School are committed to serving in partnership with parents to guide the academic, spiritual, and personal development of each child entrusted to our care.  We work to assist our students to achieve their full potential in terms of spiritual development, self-assurance, and academic excellence as we teach a faith-based curriculum that will prepare our students for success in high school and in life.

The strong collaborative effort between home and school provides the necessary guidance and motivation that will enable our students to become fully developed Christians, who accept responsibility for their personal lives and who are blessings for their families, their parish, and their community.