Assumption & Local Catholic Schools Shine During Pandemic (November 2022): St. Albert the Great at Assumption Academy faculty and staff worked diligently to be sure that our students received the best possible education during the COVID-19 pandemic, along with other area Catholic schools.
Assumption Students Raise Funds for Sister School in Haiti (May 30, 2021): When St. Albert the Great at Assumption Academy students set out to raise funds for their sister school in Noyau, Haiti – they started small. It was a simple concept of a penny “war” against classrooms, with pennies and bills earning positive points and silver coins earning negative points.
Pieces of Assumption History Found (February 29, 2020): As visitors enter the Assumption Family Center, you are greeted by beautiful framed spiritual imagery of stained glass windows, doves, our Blessed Mother and Pope Francis. But if you look closer, you’ll see the images aren’t quite what they seem.
Assumption named top organization 2nd year in a row (January 6, 2020): Assumption raised the most in the Diocese of Cleveland for the 2nd year of a row as part of the annual weGiveCatholic Campaign on Giving Tuesday.
Viking AM crew takes the airwaves at St. Albert the Great at Assumption Academy (September 9, 2019): Almost a year to the day after the Kathleen Cochrane DePiero Broadcast Studio was dedicated in North Royalton at St. Albert the Great School, a second studio and learning commons were blessed and dedicated at St. Albert the Great at Assumption Academy in Broadview Heights.
Liturgy, visit from bishop mark a new beginning for St. Albert the Great at Assumption Academy (August 21, 2019): The first day of school was special for the 150 students who attend St. Albert the Great at Assumption Academy in Broadview Heights. The school offers grades K-8 and began a new pre-school program this year.
Students raise $18,000 with 2nd annual Fun Run (May 24, 2019): The money raised will support new technology for next school year.
Five Compelling Advancements Announced Via Town Hall (March 7, 2019): Partnership between two suburban Roman Catholic schools quickly exceeding expectations, indicating success for the first-of-its-kind educational endeavor.
School model is first of its kind between two Roman Catholic schools (February 1, 2019): School children will be the beneficiary of a special partnership between two Roman Catholic elementary schools, St. Albert the Great and Assumption Academy.
New Catholic School Model Debuts Sunday During Open House (January 23, 2019): On Sunday, January 27, 2019, from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m., the newly formed St. Albert the Great at Assumption Academy will host an Open House, during which residents of the surrounding community will explore the school’s offering for children ages 3 through 8th grade.
Assumption Academy and St. Albert the Great partner to solve each school’s problems (December 20, 2018): School and pastoral leaders from Assumption Academy in Broadview Heights and Saint Albert the Great Catholic School in North Royalton have been meeting for weeks to develop a plan to halt Assumption’s dropping enrollment and deal with Saint Albert’s growing waiting list.
St. Albert The Great Lends A Hand To Neighboring Assumption Academy (December 18, 2018): Saint Albert the Great will embark on a new journey with Church of the Assumption and its parish school Assumption Academy in Broadview Heights.
St. Albert The Great and Assumption Academy Create a Unique Partnership (November 26, 2018): School and Pastoral Leaders from Saint Albert the Great and Assumption Academy have been meeting for weeks to develop a plan to sustain Assumption Academy’s dropping enrollment and Saint Albert the Great’s growing waiting list.
Assumption Academy Students Support Childhood Cancer (August 16, 2018): The students participated in a special program sponsored by Fox8 Fox Trot Run, Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation, and were featured live during the newscasts. The students raised a total of $632.01.
Assumption Academy Raises $13,000 with Inaugural Fun Run (May 30.2018): Assumption Academy hosted its first-ever “Fun Run” powered by Boosterthon with a primary objective to raise funds supporting a highly anticipated playground project.