VOTED RUNNER UP – 2014 METRO PARENT FAMILY FAVORITES
SAINT JOHN FISHER CATHOLIC SCHOOL VOTED RUNNER UP –
2014 METRO PARENT FAMILY FAVORITES
Portland, Oregon – October, 2014 – St. John Fisher Catholic School was recently awarded by Metro Parent Magazine as the 2014 runner up in the Family Favorite School (public and private) category. The mission of St. John Fisher School, a Catholic Community, is to partner with the family in educating and developing the whole child.
Metro Parent Magazine and PDX Kids Calendar brought back their Family Favorites Awards for 2014 and opened voting to the community earlier this year. Over 1,200 votes were cast and St. John Fisher School was voted as a runner up in the Schools category.
“We’re so excited to be selected as runner up in the 2014 Metro Parent Family Favorites School category,” said Merrit Holub, principal at St. John Fisher Catholic School. We believe in fostering an environment which promotes a sense of personal integrity, character and responsibility and we’re honored to be recognized for our student-centered education approach, continued Principal Holub.
To learn more about the St. John Fisher Metro Parent family favorites award visit http://pdxkidscalendar.com/business/st-john-fisher-school/
About St. John Fisher
St. John Fisher is a Catholic school which strives to enable the child to develop as a whole person: spiritually, morally, academically, socially, physically and culturally. Its purpose is to provide a quality, student-centered education to the youth of its parish, as well as to others in the community who attend.
About Metro Parent Family Favorite
From July 1 – August 10, local families cast their votes for their family favorites in 19 categories. Metro Parent hosted three separate Family Favorite voting rounds covering local families’ favorite resources, including schools (public and private), educational attractions, visual and performing arts, outdoor and indoor resources, sports and active fun, food and dining and day trips.
St. John Fisher Contact:
Merrit Holub, Principal, St. John Fisher