Welcome to Saint Patrick Catholic School and thank you for your interest in us. Our hope is that you’ll find in all you meet here a sense of hospitality and sincere pride in our school. You are making an important decision and we hope to assist you as best we can. Look closely, ask questions, and let us help you. We believe you’ll find a loving school community that your family can contribute to and be positively changed by.
We are a Catholic pre-kindergarten through 8th grade school with a long and successful tradition in Tacoma. With an enrollment of 380 students, we are one of the largest Catholic elementary schools in the South Puget Sound region. St. Pat’s has a long legacy of educating children and many of our families are multi-generational St. Pat’s graduates.
We are blessed with small class sizes (about 20 students in each class) that promote personal attention and greater communication. Of our 380 students, about 75% are Catholic. See Tuition for information on our various tuition rates and fees. Our goal is that no child be denied the opportunity to attend Saint Patrick Catholic School. We’ll meet with families to see how we can make this possible.
Students at Saint Patrick Catholic School have opportunities for academic success, spiritual growth, leadership, participation in CYO sports, community service, student government, retreats, art, music, physical education, drama, and more.
Celebrating Over 125 Years of Faith, Service and Academic Excellence
Prospective families with students in all grade levels are invited to visit us. Let us know if you’re interested in Pre-Kindergarten, Kindergarten, other grade levels, or learning more about St. Pat’s and how your student would benefit from attending. We’d love to hear about your interests and share how we might be able to contribute to your child’s success.
Notice of Nondiscriminatory Policy Regarding Students
Saint Patrick Catholic School admits students of any race, color or national and ethnic origin to all the rights privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to all students at the school. In the administration of its policies, the school does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan and athletic and other administered programs.