The faith life of our students is at the very heart of our mission.

     As a Catholic community, we pray and worship together every day.  We learn about and discuss the teachings of Jesus Christ.  We strive to be compassionate and humble servants.  Through our Stewardship program, our students explore what it means to have a transformation of heart and to embrace the true meaning of sharing the gifts that God has given us.

     Our students begin the day with prayer and morning announcements.  In class, they may share prayer intentions for someone they care about who is struggling.  The daily curriculum for all grades includes a religion segment. Every week, students gather in church for Mass.  The shared experience of worshiping together gives our students a richer meaning of community.  

 

       There are several more ways we weave our Catholic faith into their lives such as Sacramental prep for 1st communion, 1st reconciliation, confirmation and Family Life.  We celebrate Feast and Holy days.  Our students learn about Advent leading up to Christmas and Lent leading up to Holy Week and Easter Sunday.  We especially enjoy learning and celebrating our patron St. Patrick!  

     Retreats for our 8th grade students are a valued tradition that allows them to bond further and get away from distractions and connect with God.

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SERVICE TO OTHERS

NATIONAL AWARD WINNING

Step-by-Step Student Stewardship Program

     Recognizing the gifts that God has given each of us and using them to help those in our community is what we are called to do as Christians.​

   Our trademarked Step by Step Stewardship program exposes our students to a world beyond themselves through grade level themes. These themes include helping the hungry, the elderly, the disabled, the homeless, the sick, etc. Interactive lessons, taught by our religion teachers, include guest speakers, field trips, projects and service trips. Beginning in kindergarten, students learn how to be good stewards of the gifts God has given us. 

  By the end of 8th grade, students have a better understanding of what it means to be selfless and compassionate to others.

SACRAMENTAL PREP

BAPTISM

1ST RECONCILIATION

1ST COMMUNION

CONFIRMATION