In 1970, little was known about special education, let alone helping bright, capable children who couldn’t read.
Sister of Charity Anne Rita Mauck wanted to be the solution, accepting the challenge and founding the de Paul School to focus on kids who desperately needed her help. From day one, she worked to not only remediate her students’ issues with reading and organization, but she also prepared them for life beyond the classroom. Head of School Tony Kemper says that foundation has guided The de Paul School to become one of the nation’s premiere kindergarten through eighth grade schools. Below, learn just a few of the ways de Paul has made a difference in thousands of children’s lives.
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