We’re committed to Catholic education in urban communities.

We’re changing lives. Every day.

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Every child deserves a quality education.

Students are at the core of everything we do. Each student in our urban academies is known, loved, and called to excellence.

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We help families support their child’s academic journey.

Knowing each family, and the challenges they may be facing, helps us develop programs that work for everyone.

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Dedicated educators deliver on our promises every day.

Our innovative programs help to support, develop, and retain our outstanding teachers, resulting in higher student achievement and attendance rates.

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Innovating and collaborating to transform

Campaign for Catholic Schools (CCS) was founded to achieve sustainable, transformative change to improve Catholic education in the urban communities we serve.

A need for change

With declining enrollment threatening the future of ten individual parish schools in two cities…

A new path forward

CCS formed two regional academies across five campuses with focused investments in school buildings, academic programs, leadership, and teacher support.

Two thriving urban academies

CCS’s regional model and innovative approach delivers quality Catholic education to more than 1,300 students in urban communities from PreK to Grade 8 through our academies.

Saint John Paul II Catholic Academy (SJPIICA) is the largest elementary school in Boston, serving more than 1,000 students on three campuses.

Trinity Catholic Academy (TCA) is a two-campus academy in Brockton, MA serving more than 300 students on PreK – Grade 8.

Sustaining change through a model of co-sponsorship

CCS has moved beyond the role of solely a funding organization, establishing a legal co-sponsorship. This enables us to create sustainable impact and growth through good times and challenging times.

Changing lives. Every day.

Our mission bears its fruit in the success stories of our students, families, educators, and communities.