The Class of 2023 participating at Catholic School Day at the University of San Diego.
Our middle school retreat to start the school year was led by the missionaries from Damascus (Ohio) and turned out to be a huge success as always.
Art & Music Summer Camp comes to a close with a spirited production of "Swamped".
Five of our students received the Presidential Service Award for performing 50, 75 or 100+ hours of volunteer work in the San Diego community.
Our students and families participated in our May Crowning ceremony after morning Mass in the school's courtyard. The statue of Our Lady of Fatima was made in Mexico and donated to our school by one of our families.
The annual art show is on full display today on campus and over the weekend in the Church commons for viewing by families and parishioners.
Great turnout for the annual Father Daughter Dance held last Friday night at The Santaluz Club.
4th graders leading our Stations of the Cross during Holy Week.
The entire student body chipped in during Holy Week service days to make Easter baskets for needy families.
Second grade students pose with their recently completed animal projects.
The annual Jogathon was a huge success. Lots of laps, fun and participation as our school ran almost 600 miles to raise funds for our school.
8th Grade Lenten retreat at the Prince of Peace Abbey in Oceanside.
7th Grade girls on their nature hike during the MS Lenten retreat!
Our Academic Junior High Decathlon Team fared well at the annual Catholic School competition held at St. Augustine, highlighted by a fifth place finish in the Super Quiz and three students placing in individual competitions.
Our annual Math & Science Fair was a huge success thanks to our parent volunteers who helped make these two subjects come alive with hands on experiments.
Stem Session #3. Nativity students learning to make artificial snow with some help from our friends on Francis Parker's robotics team.
Here come the Stars! Pep Rally at Nativity celebrating our winter sports athletes.
First graders celebrating 100s Day!
Classes get the chance to see and hear our third graders in character for Explorer's Day at The Nativity School.
Students enjoyed their annual visit from Sr. Eva (Holy Childhood Association). This year's presentation focused on the Mustard Seed Project in Jamaica.