Saint Rose Middle School

6th, 7th, & 8th Grade


What makes Saint rose middle school unique?
  • Founded in the Catholic faith
  • Challenging academics
  • Outstanding teachers
  • Small classes
  • 1 to 1 iPad technology
  • Students have the ability to earn high school credit in math and Spanish
  • Social Enrichment through student activities, class trips, class retreats, and student leadership opportunities
  • CYO Athletics
Have you heard about our academic excellence?

All grade levels outperform the national and Toledo Diocesan averages on the national MAP (Measure of Academic Progress) test, a formative assessment that empowers our teachers and students to continuous improvement. Our location in the heart of historic Perrysburg allows for easy access to the 577 Foundation, police and fire stations, and historic walking tours of the town.

Our moral virtue

At Saint Rose School, we seek to promote, model and coach growth in virtue in imitation of Jesus Himself - helping each person to grow in character and to set out on the path to a happy life.

We have a compassionate community

PLLUS (Promoting Love and Learning among US) Groups combine students across grade levels in small groups for frequent discussions and activities. Yearly retreats focus on the Catholic faith and middle school social development. The Teens High On Life week focuses on teen solidarity and healthy life choices. The week builds on Christian Service and culminates with a community 5K Race.

We believe in servant leadership

Students learn to lead by placing the needs of others first. Christian Service opportunities allow the students to serve the community. Students serve at assisted living communities, Sunshine Community Home, Bittersweet Farm, and more. As the 'upper classmen' of our school, the middle school students have a chance to model their faith, as well as coach and support their buddies in grades PreK-5.

Our catholic faith shapes who we are

Our community is strengthened each week at Mass. Daily religion classes support student comprehension of their faith. The curriculum is created through the prism of the Catholic Church.