The Camino Schools Featured in the OC Register

The Camino Schools was recently featured in the OC Register publication.

An excerpt below:

The Camino Schools plans to make its way to Orange County in the next two years, seeking to establish two campuses in 2024 and 2025.

Although specific details are still in the works, the Catholic-centered schools want to establish two single-sex private liberal arts schools in Orange County that will serve families with children in kindergarten through eighth grade.

There are only two single-sex schools in Orange County: the all-girls high school Rosary Academy in Fullerton and an all-boys Servite High School in Anaheim. Cornelia Connelly was also an all-girls high school located in Anaheim, but it closed its doors in 2019 due to declining enrollment and increasing debts.

The goal, according to the Camino Schools’ mission statement, is to provide families with an “intellectual, moral, physical and spiritual education for their children.”

The all-girls school will have a third- through eighth-grade program and will include a co-ed kindergarten through second-grade program. The other location will be an all-boys school, only having a third- through eighth-grade program.

Annika Bahnsen, OC Register

Read the full article here: https://www.ocregister.com/2023/07/12/new-catholic-schools-plan-to-open-in-orange-county-over-next-few-years/

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