We at Rayne Catholic believe that Catholic Education is the unifying force that builds and develops a whole person, spiritually, intellectually, morally, and socially. We base this on the premise that each individual is of supreme worth and dignity.
The success of our educational endeavors is dependent upon participation by parents, students, faculty, staff, and members of the community. We consider ourselves a family who works and prays together, who contributes the unique gifts and talents given to each of us by God, to provide for each child’s growth and development. Throughout the academic year each of us will be called upon to participate in school activities. We invite all parents to accept the challenge of moving a very good education system beyond greatness to excellence.
The faculty and staff of Rayne Catholic are committed to the educational excellence of each child. We function as a family of Christ. Our commitment is to prepare children to accept the differences of one another, to realize that life is precious and to provide experiences in the educational processes that will bring out the best in each child.
Grades: PreK-4 through 8th
Enrollment: 320 students
Faculty and Staff: 7-Master Degrees or higher / 24-Bachlor Degrees / 4-Associate Degree Aides / 2-Para-professionals
Average Class Sizes: Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten -1 section of 25 students / 1st through 6th-2 sections; class average 18 / 7th & 8th-3 sections; class average 15
Guidance: Full-Time Certified Licensed Therapist
Advanced Placement: We have a third section in 7th and 8th grades for students who qualify for Advanced Placement
Free Homework Help/Tutoring: for 5th – 8th grades, 2 days a week (7:20am)
Reading First School: DIBELS Test (K – 4th) / Reading Lab (K – 3rd) / 15 min. Individual Sustained Reading per day
Math: Math Lab (1st thru 4th)
Library: Full-Time Librarian
Safe / Secure Campus: Locked Gated Entrances/Exits32 Security Cameras and RAPTOR Check-in System for all visitors
Enrichment Courses: Art Classes (7th) / Study Skills (5th) / Technology (1st – 6th) / French (8th)
Technology: Computer Ratio: 5 to 1 / 2 computer labs
Special Education: Speech Therapy (K thru 8th) / Academic Resource (K thru 8th)
Gender Classes: Gender classes in ‘core’ subjects for 5th through 8th grade