Devoted | A Lifetime of Lessons Within a Catholic School

Jul. 15th, 2016 11:56 am
As members of Catholic schools, we believe that knowledge of and devotion to spirituality and faith play an integral role in guiding children into adulthood.  We  start by teaching our students  to honor God and family, then extend that concept to include the right way of treating others in the wider community.. 
 
Devotion to spirituality benefits students by  preparing them to handle the difficult, painful or confusing questions they may face later in life.  But devotion doesn't go far when words aren't supported by actions.  The lessons students learn in Catholic schools guide them in their academics, on the sports fields, when performing, service projects and at school and parish events.  Our  service projects yield tangible relationships within communities.  Our students can be seen participating in food and clothing drives, community cleanup efforts, nursing home visits, and liturgical ministries -- establishing real-life connection between school and community
 
We promote the church's philosophy that parents are their children's first and most important teachers.  Our schools encourage  a family-oriented, collaborative relationship between teacher and parent.  Parents are welcome to visit their child's schools any time.  We're proud of our devotion to family and celebrate it by holding several annual events including father/daughter and mother/son banquets and dances, family fun days, potluck dinners and movie nights.  In an effort to accommodate life's hectic schedules,  many of our schools provid before and after-school programs, summer day camps and vacation bible schools.
 
Come see the great things going on in a catholic school near you.
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Devoted | A Lifetime of Lessons Within a Catholic School

Jul. 15th, 2016 11:56 am
As members of Catholic schools, we believe that knowledge of and devotion to spirituality and faith play an integral role in guiding children into adulthood.  We  start by teaching our students  to honor God and family, then extend that concept to include the right way of treating others in the wider community.. 
 
Devotion to spirituality benefits students by  preparing them to handle the difficult, painful or confusing questions they may face later in life.  But devotion doesn't go far when words aren't supported by actions.  The lessons students learn in Catholic schools guide them in their academics, on the sports fields, when performing, service projects and at school and parish events.  Our  service projects yield tangible relationships within communities.  Our students can be seen participating in food and clothing drives, community cleanup efforts, nursing home visits, and liturgical ministries -- establishing real-life connection between school and community
 
We promote the church's philosophy that parents are their children's first and most important teachers.  Our schools encourage  a family-oriented, collaborative relationship between teacher and parent.  Parents are welcome to visit their child's schools any time.  We're proud of our devotion to family and celebrate it by holding several annual events including father/daughter and mother/son banquets and dances, family fun days, potluck dinners and movie nights.  In an effort to accommodate life's hectic schedules,  many of our schools provid before and after-school programs, summer day camps and vacation bible schools.
 
Come see the great things going on in a catholic school near you.
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