Transforming the world through education

Central Pacific Province (CP)

2019-2023 Central Pacific Province provincial council.

Provincial Council (2019-2023)

Front – Sister Debra Sciano,  provincial leader; Sister Anna Marie Reha,  provincial councilor/vicar;
Back – Sister Lynne Schmidt,  provincial councilor; Sister Helen Jane Jaeb, provincial councilor; Sister Dawn Achs,  provincial councilor;  Sister Mary Kay Brooks, provincial councilor; Sister Christine Garcia, provincial councilor.

More than 800 sisters are part of the Central Pacific Province.

They live and minister in the United States, Japan, Nepal, the U.S. territory of Guam, and Italy.



The Central Pacific Province of the School Sisters of Notre Dame transforms the world through education by serving in a variety of ministries. Our ministries were often begun by a School Sister of Notre Dame in response to an urgent need.  We continue to support these ministries with a variety of resources.

  • Center for Earth Spirituality and Rural Ministry, Mankato, Minnesota
  • East Side Learning Center, St. Paul
  • Global Partners: Running Waters, Inc., Elm Grove, Wisconsin
  • Good Counsel Learning Center, Mankato, Minnesota
  • Kyoto Notre Dame University, Kyoto, Japan
  • Liturgical Fabric Arts, St. Louis
  • Maria Center, St. Louis
  • Marian Middle School, St. Louis
  • Mount Mary University, Milwaukee
  • Multicultural School for Empowerment (MORE), St. Paul
  • Notre Dame Elementary School, Kyoto, Japan
  • Notre Dame High School, St. Louis
  • Notre Dame High School – Guam, Talofofo, Guam
  • Notre Dame School, Bandipur, Nepal
  • Notre Dame Jogakuin Jr. and Sr. High School, Kyoto, Japan
  • Notre Dame Schools of Milwaukee, Milwaukee
  • Notre Dame School of Dallas, Dallas
  • Rising Stars, Elm Grove, Wisconsin
  • Theresa Living Center, St. Paul
  • Wood Carvings, Mankato, Minnesota


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