Since 1854 • Bay St. Louis, MISSISSIPPI

School Leadership

Welcome from the School Leadership

_R4A2003-3Since 2003, I have been blessed to be a part of the Saint Stanislaus family and witness to countless success stories that continue to be characteristic of this school. Since 1854, SSC has weathered many challenges, yet remained resilient. Saint Stanislaus has long understood its important role in our community and in our world through the school’s remarkable ability to educate and form boys through structure and high expectations, as well as through a concern for each student’s unique talents and needs.

As the oldest educational institution in the world run by the Brothers of the Sacred Heart, our mission and philosophy have never wavered. Our approach has been successful for over a century and a half because our faculty and staff understand that the education of our students happens in each and every interaction that we have with them.

_R4A1867We are committed to educating and forming young men to reach their potential in light of their eternal destiny. Saint Stanislaus is exceptional because our hopes for our graduates go beyond academic success alone. We strive to form our boys into young men of character who recognize God’s call and are willing and able to answer it.

We are blessed to retain the collective wisdom of the Brothers over the centuries and, in doing so, produce men who are not only intellectually prepared for the challenges of life, but also capable of using their abilities to the ends that God intended them.

Our alumni continue to make us proud as we see them take on roles as responsible leaders in the Church, in their families, in our community, and in the world at large. Many of them return to their alma mater to share with us the impact of the formation that they received at SSC and how it enabled them to live up to their potential.

_R4A6023As the needs of this country and this world continue to change, we are confident that producing educated men of character will be the lasting legacy of Saint Stanislaus.

Thank you and go Rocks!

Patrick McGrath