St. Wendelin Catholic School Picture Gallery

Junior High students visited Hope House in Findlay on Wednesday, March 13th. Students spent the afternoon learning about the ministry of Hope House and decorating for a St. Patrick’s Day party for the residents! It was a joyful day full of hope!


On Monday, February 4th, the St. Wendelin Catholic School community gathered to say the rosary. They prayed this rosary for very specific intentions – for their school, for their parish, for the Fostoria community, for their families, and for trust in God’s plan. The students were reminded that Mary cares for them very much and that she experienced much of what they are experiencing. Each student helped to lead the prayers and then formed a rosary on the gym floor, reminding them that God wants their prayers, yes, but, even more so, He wants them and their hearts! After the rosary, students enjoyed a celebratory (and very energetic) dance party! It was a wonderful beginning to “Celebrate St. Wendelin Catholic School Week!”

In celebration of Respect Life Month, 6th-8th grade students traveled to Caring Hands Pregnancy Center of Fostoria on Tuesday, October 16th. The students learned about the work of the pregnancy center and how they can volunteer their time, as well as about the development of a baby in the womb. They helped to serve the center and the women and children who come to the center by sorting and folding clothes, diapers and other supplies and by helping to clean. Thank you for letting mercy begin with you, Junior High!


This year, Family Groups are focusing on growing in mind, body and spirit! Today, students participated in activities ranging from liturgy & campus ministry planning, to brainstorming stewardship projects & playing volleyball and kickball together! Students from Kindergarten through 8th grade enjoy getting to know each other and growing in wisdom & grace together!

Grandparents Day 2018

The Junior High students spent time learning how to defeat the “dragons” of temptation by putting on the armor of God. They dressed themselves in the belt of truth, the breastplate of righteousness, the helmet of salvation, the shoes of peace, the shield of faith, and the sword of the Spirit (Ephesians 6:10-20). All SWCS students have been learning more about how to be “dragon slayers” and practicing virtue in preparation for a presentation by Dr. John Wood on Monday, September 24th.