SSCM School

SS Cyril & Methodius School

 
Ss. Cyril and Methodius School is a parochial Catholic elementary school serving students in Pre K-3 through Fifth Grade. It was founded in 1954 by Msgr. Francis Kasper and was staffed by the Sisters of the Holy Spirit.

Ss. Cyril and Methodius School is a fully accredited elementary school as determined by the Texas Catholic Conference Education Department. It holds membership in the National Catholic Education Association. The current enrollment for the 2016-2017 school year is 175.

Subjects taught at SSCM School include religion, language arts, mathematics, science, social studies, physical education, health and arts. The 4th & 5th grade students participate in the Diocesan Parochial Sports League competing in Volleyball, Basketball and Track.

 

About Our School and Our Saints ...

Ss. Cyril and Methodius School was founded in 1954 by Monsignor Francis Kasper.SS Cyril & Methodius The Holy Ghost (Holy Spirit) Sisters taught in the school and lived in the convent that is now the School Office.

Our saints, Ss. Cyril and Methodius were brothers born in the early 800's. They were missionaries who worked together to bring the Gospel of God's love to people living in Eastern Europe (Bohemia, Moravia, Poland).St. Methodius was a bishop. St Cyril invented a new alphabet that is still used for Russian and other languages. The church celebrates the feast of Ss. Cyril and Methodius onFebruary 14.

Pope John Paul II named Ss. Cyril and Methodius co-patrons of Europe along with St. Benedict.


School Colors - Royal blue and White

School Mascot - Ram

 

Guard Us and Guide Us - SSCM Song


Refrain:

St. Cyril, St. Methodius,
we magnify God's name,
for your help and your guidance we pray.
St. Cyril, St. Methodius,
for this we seek and pray . . .

Leader

As you were Christ's hands

ALL

May we be Christ's hands.

Leader

As you were Christ's feet,

ALL

May we be Christ's feet

Leader

And as you are our saints

ALL

May we all be saints
Please guard us and guide us in God's way.

Blessed are the poor in spirit,
the reign of God is theirs.
Blest too are the sorrowing for they shall be consoled.
Blessed are the lowly, for the earth shall be theirs,
and blest are they who hunger for God.

 

"Faith in Action & Academic Excellence"