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There Is Still Work To Do.

Over the past month, Jubilee Catholic Schools have been a hot topic of news stations across the country. Everyone is reporting on the recent announcement of the 10 urban Catholic schools that will be closing at the end of the 2019 school year. Everyone is wondering what will happen after the closure, but what about what is happening right now. Right now, the Jubilee Catholic schools are in the middle of the third quarter of the school year. Right now, they are celebrating the season of Lent.... Read More
Posted by Angela Fox at Friday, February 16, 2018
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Supporting Jubilee and Celebrating the Hotwing

Let's make Memphis great again by supporting the Wings of Jubilee Hotwing Festival & Cook-Off that benefits the Jubilee Catholic Schools. The Jubilee Schools serve 1600 students each year across nine schools located in urban Memphis areas by providing low-income students with significant need-based scholarships. All students are welcome. Only 30% of the student population is Catholic; 70% come from other faith traditions. So, when you support Jubilee, you support Memphis. In... Read More
Posted by Angela Fox at Friday, September 1, 2017
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Little Flower Loves to Read

Our very own Little Flower made local news once again. Because of donors like you, the Jubilee schools continue to serve the children of Memphis and empower them with a love of reading.  "More than 100,000 people in Memphis are not functionally literate. That's according to the National Institute for Literacy. Several organizations in Memphis are trying to change that. Greater Memphis Media partnered with Saint Therese Little Flower Primary School Thursday to... Read More
Posted by Angela Fox at Friday, March 3, 2017
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Celebrating Black History Jubilee Style

Because of the support of donors like you, our students are able to celebrate their heritage and strive to reach their potential in a safe, faith-based environment. Students of St John Catholic School hosted their annual Black History program, "Words Have Power."  Family, friends and students gathered in the gym to march, sing, listen to dynamic guest speakers from the community and watch terrific performances from both professional and student dancers. High-profile... Read More
Posted by Angela Fox at Tuesday, February 21, 2017
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