St. Rita Catholic School

St. Rita Catholic School offers academic excellence in the Catholic tradition using a comprehensive broad-based curriculum designed to prepare students for appropriate developmental transitions. Children are challenged and enriched by their creative learning experiences in the early childhood, elementary and junior high programs.

Teachers accommodate the various learning styles of students in an environment that is structured to provide security, stability and discipline. The core curriculum of all grade levels is enhanced by art, Spanish, music, technology and physical education.

St. Rita is home to students of multicultural backgrounds. The dedicated faculty and staff provide a quality education in a nurturing and diverse environment.

712 Weiler Blvd.
Fort Worth 76112

Total Enrollment:
131 students

Student/Faculty Ratio:

Fully accredited through the Texas Catholic Conference of Bishops Education Department, recognized by Texas Education Agency.

Academic Achievements:
Each member of the class of 2021 is attending one of the three Catholic High Schools in Fort Worth. St. Rita Catholic School is a member of the National Catholic Education Association and students participate in the Private Schools Interscholastic Association academic competitions.

Sports and Extracurricular Activities:
Students in grades 5 through 8 may participate in football, volleyball, soccer, basketball, baseball/softball, and track. Junior Running Club is open to students in grades 1-4. Students may also participate in Honor Choir, Robotics, 4-H, Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts, and National Junior Honor Society.

Enrollment Deadlines:
New student applications are accepted in January. Tours are offered year-round.