Seven Sorrows of Blessed Virgin Mary School (SSBVM) and the team at DaBrian Marketing Group are pleased to launch the school’s new website. The new web page includes essential information for parents and students in a new user-friendly design. Contact information, resources, student programs, parent information, a message from SSBVM’s principal, Mrs. Rebecca Harvey, and more are included in the improved website.

Middle School Website Design

SSBVM leadership identified the need for a new website that continued to exemplify the school’s key attributes but presented in an updated design. The DaBrian Marketing team created a modern but classic web page highlighting information essential to faculty/staff, students, parents, and prospective families. 

Seven Sorrows of Blessed Virgin Mary School specializes in preschool, elementary and middle school. Located in Middletown, PA, SSBVM is dedicated to providing its students with quality education and a faith-filled environment that instills high degrees of self-confidence, self-respect, and self-discipline. 

While keeping with SSBVM’s colors and traditions, the new website conveys the school’s principles and passion for learning. The site is a fantastic resource for existing and prospective families to learn more about Catholic education. 

Prospective families can easily access information about the school, like SSBVM’s mission statement, history, and programs. Scheduling a visit and tour is simple through a convenient tab on the home page. 

Existing families can navigate to student and parent resources through the tabs along the top of the home page. Student resources include student handbook, calendar, clubs and activities, and Portal. 

Middletown has a rich tradition of Catholic Schools dedicated to teaching children. Initially, Seven Sorrows of Blessed Virgin Mary School was established in 1951, named St. Mary’s Parish School originally. By 2000 the school changed its name to Seven Sorrows of Blessed Virgin Mary School, and a new school building was built on East Water Street. 


Today the school is both PA Certified and Middle States Accredited. The school’s mission has always been to provide education of the highest academic excellence while integrating the church’s spiritual teachings to help students form solid spiritual values and healthy relationships.

Do you or someone you know have an interest in Catholic education? Learn more about Seven Sorrows of Blessed Virgin Mary School on their website.

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