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During this time of learning at home, the Campus Ministry staff of Skutt Catholic have heard some amazing stories of families leading their children in their faith development. We will be highlighting a family each week and sharing how they are praying together, why that’s important to their family, and if they have any suggestions of things to try or…

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Skutt Catholic Community, As an educational institution, we know we must be Christian leaders who oppose violence against the Black community, educate our students on systemic injustice, racism, and social inequalities.  We must continue to increase our educational opportunities and curriculum to help our students understand that racism is a sin and it is not tolerated. As Pope Francis said,…

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Make the Choice to Soar with the SkyHawks! This is an important week for area 8th graders and their parents.  If they haven’t done so already they are registering for the placement exam at the Catholic high school of their choosing.  Testing at Skutt Catholic makes incoming students eligible for academic scholarships. Last year, more than 50 scholarships were given…

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Omaha World-Herald Feature December 12, 2019   Skutt Catholic is a community set to “Make a Difference.” According to the mission statement, V.J. and Angela Skutt Catholic High School forms and educates young men and women to become Christian leaders who empower others, promote justice and initiate change. According to Skutt Catholic president Jeremy Moore, there are three key things…

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Students soar at Skutt Catholic.  Read all about our 2018-2019 school year in the SkyHawk Report!   SkyHawk Report 2018-2019

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  by Joe Dejka / Omaha World-Herald December 5, 2019 Jellyfish genes are helping to brighten the job prospects of students at Skutt Catholic High School. In a freshly renovated biotechnology lab, students at the west Omaha school have extracted their own DNA. They’ve grown bacteria. And recently they transformed bacteria using the green fluorescent protein gene from jellyfish, instructor…

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  On Saturday, October 19, more than 720 Skutt Catholic supporters gathered to celebrate the school’s 26th annual Angel Flight fundraising dinner and auction. The special event honored Felicia Hutnick and John Kaiser. Over $480,000 was raised to support the more than 725 students attending the school this year. The highlight of the event was the President’s Wish List request,…

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Each year, Skutt Catholic Spanish teacher Rachel Twist and her students celebrate Día de los Muertos, with a three-day celebration. She shared all about this celebration and how her classes participate, learn and grow from the experience. What is it? Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is a day in which we welcome home, honor, and pray…

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If you are not associated with our school you probably wonder why we rename a month and why we celebrate it all month long. If you are a SkyHawk you know that October is actually Hawktober, a celebration of all things Skutt Catholic and the start of a new school year. It’s a showcase of many of the things that…

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  Gold medals. Championship trophies. The NSAA cup*.  The Omaha World Herald All Sports Award**.   “The Bucket” These are measurements of success indeed, but what should really be analyzed is how we arrived here — how the bucket was filled.  What bucket? The bucket of SkyHawk success that must continue to be filled with hard work, sacrifice, adversity, tears,…

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