St. Stanislaus has a progressive curriculum in helping student develop strong literacy skills. Strong school leadership and a great business partnership with The Reading Institute Williamstown for the benefit of the students' literacy skills. Improved literacy skills means improved comprehension and performance in all other subject areas. Kudos to on the free professional development provided to teachers - most organization have their employee pay for this. Bravo to St. Stanislaus' leaders and teachers - keep up the good work.
St Stanislaus Kostka School is a private middle school in Town of Adams. 140 children attend St Stanislaus Kostka School and are mostly White, non-Hispanic; Native American or Native Alaskan; and Asian/Pacific Islander. The ratio of students to teachers at St Stanislaus Kostka School is 12:1. Clarksburg Elementary School is one of the nearest middle schools.
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Saint Stanislaus Kostka is strong in Catholic identity and tradition. Its graduates have a phenomenal success rate in high school. There is a loving family atmosphere. Class sizes are small.
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