About Our School
We are a Charlotte Catholic Elementary School
Home of the Wildcats
St. Matthew Catholic School (formerly All Saints Catholic School) opened in the fall of 1992. The population of All Saints Catholic School was relocated to the parish campus of St. Matthew Church upon completion of the new building for the 2003-2004 school year. We currently serve 650 students in grades Transition Kindergarten (TK) - 5. St. Matthew Catholic School is part of the Mecklenburg Area Catholic Schools (MACS), a centralized, regional system of eight Catholic schools in the Charlotte area.
The schools of the Diocese of Charlotte, which includes St. Matthew Catholic School, have received District Accreditation from AdvanceEd, the governing body of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and Schools Council on Accreditation and School Improvement (SACS/CASI).
We commit ourselves to continuing the tradition of Catholic education, to establishing a strong faith in members of the St. Matthew Catholic School community and to equipping our children with solid Catholic values. Through the continual assessment of curriculum and instructional strategies, we intend to ensure the highest possible quality of education. Our goal is to enable the formation of students who are faith-filled persons, responsible in their behavior and contributing members of their families, teams, and other facets of their lives outside of school.
As a Catholic school, the religious core of our tradition is rooted in Christianity and the richness of the Roman Catholic tradition.View More
Through the MACS system, St. Matthew Catholic School offers a comprehensive course of study designed to implement our mission of education.View More
How To Apply
Ready for your child to become a Wildcat? Visit our admissions section for full details on how to become part of the St. Matthew Catholic School family.View More
It is the mission of St. Matthew Catholic School to provide an atmosphere of faith and love where Jesus is alive and where students will be able to develop spiritually, intellectually, emotionally, physically, and socially. Through our quality academic program and Christian partnership between our faculty and families, students will recognize their individual value and the responsibility they have as models of Catholic Faith, to God, the Catholic Church, family, community, and the world, both now and in the future.