St. Theresa School

St. Theresa provides a quality Catholic education for students from Transitional Kindergarten through eighth grade. Our dedicated faculty and extraordinary level of parent involvement allow our students to benefit from various learning experiences and programs including art, musical instruction, chorale, field trips, Spanish, library, physical education, technology and sports.

We provide a rigorous core academic curriculum combined with engaging enrichment programs and extracurricular offerings. Our students’ test scores are among the very highest in the Oakland Diocese. Our eighth graders regularly test into honors programs in the top Catholic high schools in our area and every year many of them also receive prestigious Presidential Scholarships.

As a Catholic school, we emphasize personal growth as much as academic growth, allowing students to learn and develop their individual talents in a nurturing, respectful environment. Our campus includes an event center & gymnasium, computer lab, library, science lab, music room, open green areas and plenty of room for play. 

Please visit the school website at www.sttheresaschool.org for more information.

St Theresa School Contact Information

St. Theresa School

4850 Clarewood Drive
Oakland, CA  94618
510-547-3146

 

ADMISSIONS

Karen Raven
Director of Advancement
admissions@sttheresaschool.org
510.457.1488

 

STEP EXTENDED CARE

Barbara Ulbrich
Director
step@sttheresaschool.org
510.547.3146

 

ALUMNI

Karen Raven
Director of Advancement
alumni@sttheresaschool.org
510.457.1488

STUDENT LEARNING EXPECTATIONS (SLEs)

YOUNG PERSON OF FAITH

  • Engages in the faith community through prayer, worship and stewardship
  • Respects self and others by making decisions based on the teachings of Jesus

CONTRIBUTING CITIZEN

  • Responds to local and global needs through stewardship and service learning
  • Assumes responsibility for his or her own actions
  • Respects diversity
  • Participates in St. Theresa school and parish activities

LIFELONG LEARNER

  • Meets academic standards
  • Develops skills in physical activities and the arts
  • Uses information to think, question and create
  • Works independently and cooperatively