Who We Are

Assumption-St. Bridget School is a vibrant, PreK-8th grade school with a 70-year tradition of academic excellence and supoprtive community. We welcome families who are seeking an excellent PreK-8th grade education for their children, rooted in the Catholic tradition and values. At ASB School, we are driven by our:

  • Committment to maximizing the spiritual, emotional and academic potential of each student,
  • Dedication to meeting the diverse ways in which students learn, and
  • Belief in guiding students toward self-advocacy, personal responsibility & meaningful engagement with local and global communities

We have limited openings for 2017-18 in Kindergarten and grades 1, 2, 3, 4, and 6. To learn more about ASB, please join us for an Open House on October 26 or November 7, 2017  and February 1, 2018.

All events begin with coffee & light refreshments at 9:00am, followed by student-led tours. Principal Kathleen Conklin will lead an information session from 10:00-10:30am, featuring Q&A with a Faculty/Student panel.

Prospective families, parishioners, alumni & neighbors are always welcome to join us for a Tuesday Tour at 9am each week (no RSVP required). We also offer tours that fit best with your schedule; please contact Director of Admissions Kelley Kane at kkane@asbschool.org, or 206.524.7452 x5133 to arrange time to visit and experience the energy & spirit of ASB.

Applications for PreK and Kindergarten are due December 20, 2017.  We accept applications for grades 1-8 throughout the year.

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Our Mission

As a Catholic parish school, Assumption – St. Bridget School has the unique responsibility to proclaim the Good News of Jesus through the education of children in the Catholic tradition in a school that strives to be accessible and affordable to all who desire this education.

While maintaining high educational standards, the school creates learning opportunities that support parents as the primary educators of their children; build a faith community; develop ethical and moral thinking; provide service to the entire community; and address the ways in which children learn.

Academic Programs

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