All children have the capacity to learn and the right to do so to their highest potential in a physically and emotionally safe environment where they are fully supported in their academic and faith journeys. All children have the ability to participate in and direct their own learning and to develop meaningful relationships with God.
Children are integral and valuable members of all the communities in which they exist, and each brings a unique perspective and experience to the groups within which he or she operates. All students have the right and the ability to develop the skills sets necessary as critical and empathetic thinkers to build healthy relationships and thrive within their communities, and, as children of God, who respect and embrace differences between self and others, to fulfill an inherent responsibility to the greater community.
It is through a rigorous, dynamic, and individualized educational program steeped in the teachings of Jesus and the Roman Catholic Church, and in collaboration with parents as a child’s primary educators, that students are best prepared to live successful lives as imitators of Christ, stewards of God’s creation, and productive, innovative members of the human family.