Our schools are more than just educational institutions, they are faith communities. We are a ministry of the Catholic Church and emphasize Catholic teachings, virtues, and traditions. Many families are from our surrounding Catholic parishes, but we value diversity and a respect for all faiths. Families from other faith backgrounds are a welcome part of our school community.
In a Catholic school, all students are expected to attend and participate in prayer, the Mass, and religious education classes. During the course of the year students participate in special activities that help us celebrate the different seasons of the Catholic Church. Students celebrate the true meaning of Christmas and Easter, observe the seasons of Advent and Lent, and learn about and honor the saints, holy men and women who are role models for us in our journey of faith.
For non-Catholic students, the focus is on deepening personal relationships with Jesus Christ and developing a greater understanding between Christian churches. Our schools do not try to convert students of other denominations.
We invite you to contact a building principal to address any questions regarding faith development and instruction at particular grade levels.