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St. Catherine of Siena Academy Launches New Website

12/20/2011 - 9:18 AM PST

Catholic PRWire

WIXOM, MI (December 20, 2011) - St. Catherine of Siena Academy has launched its new Drupal-based website at . The spectacularly redesigned site, created by the design team at Advancement Design Associates, represents St. Catherine's commitment to communication in light of the growing needs of its parents, students, friends, and benefactors.

The site's homepage welcomes visitors with new colors and a photo gallery that reflects St. Catherine's mission and philosophy of education. From there, users can choose from a variety of tabs offering additional information on academics, student life, athletics, campus ministry, and development. The new website is easier to use and provides increased flexibility for future growth.

"As you can imagine (or not even begin to imagine), there are endless details involved in opening a brand new school. I am proud to announce that one more detail has been checked off of our list: St. Catherine of Siena Academy has a beautiful new website that went live this week! Congratulations to the St. Catherine staff who worked hard on the website project. Please check out our new site at the same address:,"adds St. Catherine of Siena Academy Executive Director, Marita Ladosensky.

About St. Catherine of Siena Academy
St. Catherine of Siena Academy is a new, all-girls Catholic high school located in Wixom, Michigan. St. Catherine's mission is rooted in Blessed John Paul II's philosophy of the "Feminine Genius." This special emphasis is brought to life in a challenging, college-preparatory curriculum, through individualized classroom attention and special focus on topics related directly to their personal dignity as women.
"If you are what you should be, you will set the world ablaze!" ~ Pope John Paul II


St. Catherine of Siena Academy  MI, 48393 US
Lia Johnston - Director of Development,  248-946-4848


St Catherine, Academy, Wixom, Michigan, Catholic


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