St. Wenceslaus Catholic School was established in 1878 by the Czech and German founders of the New Prague, Minnesota Area. The mission was to establish a Catholic School so that the children would receive a faith-based education while also learning their academics. Today this mission is as important as ever.
St. Wenceslaus Catholic School nourishes the hearts and souls of our students helping them attain a solid relationship with God and the world around them. Students are surrounded by teachers and families who share traditions, teaching, and beliefs about their faith. Students become strong and capable leaders in the church and society.
Our students flourish academically. Educating the whole person - body, mind, and soul - does make a difference in confidence, work ethic, morals, and future success.