The Assumption Catholic School is a private company categorized under elementary and secondary schools. It was built in 1923 on 5 acres obtained by John Limmer. When it was first built there were some overcrowding issues in the 1950’s. There were only 10 rooms to hold 470 students. In 1971, the Assumption Catholic Schools discontinued 7th and 8th grade. They remodeled in 2008. The Assumption staff usually has nice teachers, however the rules are sometimes too strict for certain students.