Our Campus | Saint Leo the Great School

Our Campus

The suburban campus of Saint Leo the Great Church and School is situated on 17 acres and provides parking for more than 300 vehicles. The five major buildings of the campus encompass over 68,000 sq.ft. including the church, school, rectory with our parish office, convent with offices, and Weber Activities Center, which is home to our Youth Ministry program.

Our parish church is the focus of religious life at Saint Leo’s. The church seats 900 and contains a chapel, both recently renovated. It is here that the students come to spend time with Jesus during Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament on a weekly basis and attend Mass every Friday and Holy Days of Obligation.

Our 35,000 sq.ft. school, expanded and fully renovated in 2015, offers 22 classrooms that include specialty rooms for art, music, and science, as well as a library and small group instruction spaces. The school also offers a health room, full kitchen, and a gymnasium that also serves as the student cafeteria.

Our students enjoy plenty of green, outdoor space for recess and physical education classes, including four baseball fields and a soccer field. There is also a playground for kids of all ages, a student-run vegetable garden, and a pavilion. We’ve also added a dedicated space for open-air instruction in our newly designed outdoor classroom. Our outdoor area also includes a prayer and meditation space, called Mary’s Garden.

The campus features high-speed Internet and Wi-Fi, closed circuit video camera monitoring and security system, and a state of the art telephone system. Plans are underway to expand the campus with the addition of a school media center, modern kitchen, loading dock and a parish hall that will contain an event space with an elevated stage, gym functionality, and retractable bleachers.

Come for a Visit!

It’s hard to imagine life at Saint Leo the Great School without seeing it for yourself. That’s why we invite parents and their children for complete campus tours throughout the year.