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Online Application for the
2022-2023 Academic Year

Important Dates to Remember

Join us for Open House from 8-12 p.m. on:
Nov. 09 – PK3-2nd grade
Nov. 10 – 3rd – 8th grade
Jan. 11, 2022 – PK3 – 8th grade
Only two parents per family may attend with mask and social distancing guidelines.
Children may not attend the Open House.

January 22, 2022 – MANDATORY Entrance Exams at 8:00am for students applying to Kindergarten through 8th grade.
Please report to the school by 7:45 a.m.
All required documentation must be completed and turned in no later than January 15th to: Gypsy Ramallo @

Message from the Principal

Dear St. Hugh Community,

We share together as a parish and school when we gather to pray, celebrate and work together. We help each other as members of a parish and school family.

This kind of unity is present among those who gather to praise Jesus. Let us show unity in school today by being witnesses to our faith in Jesus.

God is Good All the Time and All the Time God is Good.

May God bless you today, tomorrow and always.

Mrs. Mary E. Fernandez, Ed.S.
Principal Saint Hugh Catholic School



Parent Testimonial


For new students 2019-20.

Middle School students welcomed:
honors level classes, small class size, 1:1 iPad instruction,STEM Lab,  High School Dual Enrollment classes available and much more!

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Grandparents Day Mass

Blessed Mothers Birthday

3rd Grade- STREAM (Smores)

1st day of school

Art Show

1st and 3rd grade Book Parade

Book Fair

Muffins for Dad


St. Beatrice da Silva Meneses

Virtue of the month: Unity

St. Hugh Catholic School is proud to be the first school in Miami Dade County to have become STREAM certified.

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St. Hugh Catholic School is fully accredited by the FCC.

The Florida Catholic Conference Accreditation Program is one of the oldest, most robust, and cutting-edge Catholic accrediting programs in the country. The current standards use The National Standards and Benchmarks for Effective Catholic and Secondary Schools, as well as Florida Department of Education and Florida Department of Children and Families requirements. Schools complete annual reports and self-studies. Onsite visits are hosted at the three year and seven year marks of a seven year accreditation cycle: