108 E. Liberty St.
Lancaster, PA 17602
Accreditation and Diocese Curriculum
St. John Neumann Catholic School is accredited through the
Middle States Association. Our curriculum is designed and mandated
by the Diocese of Harrisburg.
The students are instructed in the doctrines and beliefs of our Catholic Faith on a daily basis. Our day begins in church where the entire school community gathers to pray and pledge allegiance to the flag. In addition to our daily prayer gatherings, Mass is celebrated weekly and and on Holy Days. Reconciliation is offered several times throughout the year.
Major Core Subjects
STEM Class (Grades 5-8)
Physical Education (K-8)
Library (Grades K-5)
STEM Enrichment (Grades K-4 for qualifying students)
St. John Neumann Catholic School offers a Five Day Pre-K4 program. The program follows a developmentally appropriate curriculum designed by the Diocese of Harrisburg. The students develop spiritually, physically, socially and academically.
The Pre-K4 program consists of three scheduling options:
Five Day/Half Day - Students attend a half-day class, five days a week with class beginning at 8 am and dismissing at 11:30.
Five Day/Full Day - Students attend a full day program, five days a week with class beginning at 8 am and dismissing at 2:55 pm. The extended day afternoon session focuses on Kindergarten readiness skills in reading and math.
Three Full Day/Two Half Day - A combination option, students attend three full days on Monday, Wednesday and Friday and half-days on Tuesday and Thursday.
Students must be 4 by September 1st of the year they will be attending.
The Kindergarten program meets 5 days a week. Students must be 5 by September 1st. Parents have the option of a full-day or half-day program.
IU Support Programs/Services
Scripps and Diocesan Spelling Bee
Diocesan Speech Competition
Diocesan Geography Bee
National History Day
IU 13 SEE (Student Enrichment Experience)
Educational Field Trips
Choir (grades 4-8)
After School Clubs
Girls on the Run
After School Program
The St. John Neumann Catholic School extended care program meets 5 days a week immediately after school until 5:30. The students have a snack, homework time, supervised free play and arts and crafts.