“St. Paul’s Catholic School, in union with family and Church,
provides a Catholic education that promotes Christ-like behavior,
and ensures individual academic excellence.”
At St. Paul’s Catholic School:
- Your children will learn and grow in a nurturing community that supports a living faith.
- Your children will receive a quality Catholic education that enables them to become contributing members of the Church and Society.
- Your children will be provided a distinctively Catholic education through the integration of Catholic beliefs and values in all learning experiences.
- Your children will receive a Catholic education in partnership with family, parish and the community, as a means of developing learners who can contribute positively to the Church and Society.
At St. Paul’s Catholic School we offer a student-centered learning environment that:
- Fosters the development of the whole person in mind, in body, in spirit and in soul.
- Approaches God through perception of the true, the beautiful, and the good.
- Analyzes and makes meaning of broad general knowledge of the liberal arts: literature, history, religion, mathematics, the sciences, and the arts.
- Encourages joy through frequent social engagement in highly social ways including hikes, retreats, dances, games, and sports.
- Embraces nature as an important and reflective and peaceful means in which God touches us and shows himself to us in creation.
- Models love of neighbor in all our plans, actions, conversations, and efforts to include every single member of our community. Everyone is our neighbor.
- Offers elective opportunities according to personal interest in sports, technology, science, religion, theology, spelling, geography, engineering, speech, drama, catechism, and crafts.
- Provides a safe learning environment in which everyone is respected as a gift of God.
- Teaches communication skills effectively in all classes and activities.
- Promotes Christ-like behavior in all learners as a basis of school discipline by the emphasis of the virtues (temperance, prudence, justice, and fortitude), by adhering to the teachings of the Church through the Theology of the Body (We are gifts to each other.) and the Catechism of the Good Shepherd (We are innately in communion with God.) and through the example of the saints—all three schools (Kindergarten, grammar, and middle (logic) schools) have patron saints, Francis, Benedict and Ignatius respectively, and each class has its own patron saint.
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