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More than a School,
It's a Community.

Home to a diverse group of happy, high-achieving students, passionate teachers and staff, and actively-involved parents, St. Pius X / St. Leo School is a true community – dedicated to preparing every child for a lifetime of learning and service to others.

We emphasize critical thinking, faith, and service. In addition to a traditional core curriculum, we offer art, music, foreign language and technology classes. Serving midtown Omaha, the school also draws from all over the metro area, with some families choosing to travel a considerable distance to send their children here. With over 6,000 alumni, it is not uncommon to find second and even third generation SPSL students. At the same time, we actively recruit new families to the St. Pius X / St. Leo School community.

Please join us for one of our upcoming Roundups. Our Pre-Kindergarten Roundup will be held on Saturday, January 28 from 10:00 am to 11:30 am. Our Kindergarten Roundup will be held on Saturday, February 4 from 10:00 am to 11:30. Both programs will start in the school cafeteria and end with a classroom tour. For a copy of the invitation, please click here.

St. Pius x / St. Leo at a Glance.

  • Proud history – founded in 1956, fully accredited, over 6,000 alumni
  • Pre-Kindergarten (3 and 4 year old programs) through 8th grade
  • Affordable tuition
  • Before and after school Extended Care Program for kindergarten to 8th grade
  • Small class size – average class is 22 students
  • Dedicated, trained faculty – 37% have master’s degrees
  • Diverse student body, ethnically and socioeconomically
  • Strong Catholic faith foundation – liturgical celebrations are an integral part of our school life; 85% of students move onto Catholic High School.
  • Academic excellence & emotional well-being – high achieving students are challenged by the curriculum and special programs; individual needs of students are met through an adapted curriculum; counselors and mentors are available to students who need them.
  • Extensive family involvement – strong parent involvement through volunteerism
  • Modern facilities – computer labs integrated into the curriculum

Voices of SPSL

"You feel that there are a lot of people watching out for your kids."

"Even though it's a large school, you feel like you know everyone."

"It's exciting to be here, to learn, to find out about the world we live in."

"The wider we open our arms, the stronger we become."