St John Neumann Regional Catholic School

791 Tom Smith Rd SW
Lilburn GA 30047
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<p>St. John Neumann Region Catholic School, which feeds into St. Pius X High School in Atlanta, serves more than two dozen parishes in the northeastern suburbs of Atlanta.&nbsp;Alex Porto is the principal.</p> <p>The school is named for the Bohemian-born American saint who helped organize Catholic education in the U.S. in the mid-1800s. St. John Neumann was founded in 1986 and was the first parochial school built in the Archdiocese of Atlanta in 25 years. The school is celebrating its 25th anniversary during the 2010-11 school year.</p> <p>The school had an initial enrollment of 160 (K-5) and has since grown to nearly 500 students in nine grades (K-8).</p> <p>A National Blue Ribbon School award winner, St. John Neumann integrates faith-centered education with parental and community involvement. It reports a 100-percent graduation success rate. The school has two computer labs and two science labs.</p> <p>Service to those in need is also an important aspect of the school.&nbsp; There are various efforts to visit the elderly, provide food and clothes. Uniforms and school supplies are donated to "Amigos for Christ," for poor families in Nicaragua.&nbsp;An Extended Day Program looks after students until 6 p.m. Students visit a nursing home once a month for games and activities.</p>