Shea Homes to Transform Four Western Washington Schools

May 1, 2024

The Fulcrum Foundation is proud to announce that through a partnership with Shea Homes, four of our Catholic schools in the Seattle Archdiocese will be transformed by significant facilities enhancements this summer. 

The schools scheduled for renovation include: St. Anthony School, Renton, St. Therese Catholic Academy, Seattle, Pope St. John XXIII STEM Academy, Tacoma, and Seattle Nativity School, Seattle.  

At St. Anthony School, the campus will benefit from new paint, flooring, lighting, bathrooms, technology, HVAC, and a covered turfed play area. St. Therese Catholic Academy will receive technology upgrades, a remodeled gym and gym floor, paint, cabinetry, lighting, HVAC, and bathroom upgrades. Seattle Nativity will undergo a science lab and art room renovation, paint, flooring, staff lounge remodel, and new ceiling tiles. And at Pope St. John XXIII, the school will see new paint, contemporary lighting throughout the building, bathroom renovations, campus fencing, among other exciting updates.  

Shea Homes is one of the largest private homebuilders in the nation. Since its founding in 1968, Shea Homes has built more than 100,000 homes. Shea Homes has been recognized as a leader in design, quality and customer service. John and Dorothy Shea and the entire Shea family are deeply committed to giving back and serving the communities where they work. Inspired by their faith, they have changed the face of Catholic education throughout the country. Mark Gray, Area President for Shea Homes, shares “It is an honor to partner with Fulcrum to significantly improve these four schools serving diverse communities and benefiting thousands of young people for generations to come.”