Religious Formation Classes For Children
Classes for Grades K through 6 are held on Saturday mornings 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM. There are 16 Sessions in the school year: 7 in the Fall and 7 in Winter and early Spring. Classes are held at Austin Catholic High School, 25925 23 Mile Rd., Chesterfield, MI 48051.
- Tuition is expected to be paid in full at the time of registration. We offer a payment plan for those that may need it and no family will be turned, away because of finances.
- A baptismal record is required for all new students.
2021-2022 K-6 Class Schedule
TIME TO REGISTER FOR FALL CLASSES
K-6 Classes for FALL:
K-6 Classes for WINTER:
February 5 Parent Meeting First Eucharist Retreat @ 10:00 am
FIRST RECONCILIATION MARCH 31
FIRST EUCHARIST APRIL 30/MAY 1
1 Child - $100.00; 2 Children - $125.00; 3 Children or more - $150.00
Our Catechists work hard to share our Faith and their time with your students in a comfortable, loving class setting; however, parent involvement is critical to their learning and we work together with families as a team to bring them up in the Faith. Parents are asked to spend time at home discussing and sharing the weekly lessons, and to bring their children to the Liturgy each weekend so children will make the connections and relate to the concepts taught.
Along with regular classes, our Sacramental programs for families are held in Grade 2 for First Communion, Grade 4 for Reconciliation, and a two year Confirmation Program for students grade 7 and above. Students must have attended classes the preceding years to take part in the Sacramental program. Additional Components:
• Younger children are invited to attend the Children’s Liturgy of the Word on Sundays during the 10:00 AM Mass. During the Readings, Gospel and Homily, the children are led out to hear and discuss the Gospel at their own level of understanding.
• Children are invited to participate in Christian Service by bringing a non perishable food item to Mass which they bring up at the Offertory along with the gifts, Along with assisting our Emergency Food Pantry, children become aware of the needs in the world around them and come to appreciate the blessings and opportunities they have been given.
Jane Van Belle, DRE