St. Cecilia School Catholic School is accredited by the Western Catholic Educational Association (WCEA). WCEA accredits Catholic elementary and secondary schools in nine western states (26 (arch) dioceses) and the US Territory of Guam. WCEA co-accredits and is in partnership with three Regional agencies (WASC, NAAS, NCA) and two private agencies (CAIS and HAIS). WCEA began in 1957 in San Francisco and has a long and successful history of assisting school improvement through the accreditation process.
St. Cecilia School is a Catholic elementary school of the Archdiocese of San Francisco, whose purpose is to develop students who are active Christians, lifelong learners, socially responsible citizens, effective communicators, and problem solvers.
St. Cecilia School is a Catholic elementary school dedicated to the religious, academic, social, psychological, cultural, and physical development of each individual. St. Cecilia School provides instruction and opportunities in a Catholic community for students to pray, serve and respect others and to make choices in light of Gospel values.
Parents, as primary educators, and teachers, as facilitators of learning, work together to provide a quality education that assists students in developing their unique capabilities and prepares them to become socially responsible citizens.
Students grow intellectually by participating in age-appropriate and meaningful activities. As life-long learners, students develop the skills of effective communication and problem-solving to prepare for the challenges of the future.
Graduates of St. Cecilia School are:
Active Christians who:
Life-long learners who:
Socially responsible citizens who:
Effective communicators who:
Problem solvers who: