ANTHONY WOJT

PRINCIPAL

ABOUT ME

Greetings Mother Catherine Academy Community! Though I have met a few members of this beautiful family throughout my first weeks here as principal of Mother Catherine Academy, I would like to formally introduce myself and my family.

 

My name is Tony Wojt. My wife Stephanie and I have three children and have moved to Saint Mary’s County from Fayetteville, North Carolina. My diverse educational and professional experience ranges from the public and the private sectors to Pre-K through Post-secondary levels. I have over 15 years of classroom experience as teacher and leader. I began my education in Catholic School in Alpena, Michigan. I recently have moved from Fayetteville, North Carolina where I taught in both private and public schools. I also am an instructor at the post-secondary level. I hold a Bachelor’s of Arts in Education, a Master of Education, and a Master’s Certificate in Educational Leadership. I enjoy participating in parish events and ministries. I am an enthusiastic Catholic and share my enthusiasm about the teachings of Christ with all. As a member of the local Catholic community, a parent, and a principal I strive to promote Mother Catherine Academy as a school we can believe in.

 

I believe Catholic education creates communities of faith, knowledge and service. Catholic schools strive to nurture each child in a Catholic environment so they may reach their potential spiritually, academically, and socially. Catholic schools create a community with discourse in order to apply the teachings, themes, and messages of the Gospel to our ever-changing society. Communities of knowledge possess a strong tradition of high academic standards. Catholic schools must maintain a balance of “best practices” rich in traditional Catholic values and incorporate 21st century skills. I love the commitment to the values and mission of our faith that unites the communities I have served. Catholic schools are the heart of the Church’s mission in this country.

 

In my brief time here so far, I see this same commitment at work at Mother Catherine Academy. It is a school that has a long tradition rooted in Southern Maryland, and an even brighter future in this growing community. I look forward to meeting you and working together to bring our children, and ourselves, closer to Christ.

 

God Bless,

 

Tony Wojt

Encouragement and consistent feedback, both in school and at home, are paramount in helping students overcome their challenges.