We value opportunities that are designed to encourage and maximize each student's personal growth while maintaining their sense of belonging to the greater community:
Each week the Student Body meets for Morning Assembly to pray, say the Pledge of Allegiance, celebrate community members and inspire students to greater live the Gospel Values.
Our Buddy Program pairs older students with younger ones to form a mentoring relationship. By collaborating on activities or simply gathering as "buddies", a bond is built between our younger and solder students on campus.
Faith Families consist of students in grades 1-8. Eighth graders take on leadership roles as faith family leaders and lead their families in activities designed to build their faith and community.
School Spirit is fostered across grade levels by participation in specific events such as Spirit Week, Talent Show, 7th and 8th-grade dances, Free dress days, spirit rallies, and more.
Rooted in the principles of service, responsibility, and community, our student leaders exemplify the values that define our school. From organizing charitable initiatives to fostering a sense of unity among their peers, our student leaders play a pivotal role in shaping the positive culture of our school.
Student Leadership helps coordinate and organize school-wide events such as Bingo Nights, Halloween, Catholic Schools Week, Red Ribbon Week, Random Acts of Kindness Week, Talent Show, School Rallies, and many more events. Guided by their faith, these young leaders actively contribute to the spiritual and social growth of our community.