We are committed to Catholic formation and academic excellence, preparing students to be productive citizens and faith-filled servants of God.
Dec 7: Spirit Shirt Day, Reconciliation-5th Grade
Dec 7: Christmas Concert, 6pm in Cafeteria
Dec 8: Mass at 8:30am, Holy Day of Obligation: Feast of The Immaculate Conception
Dec 13: Reconciliation-4th Grade
Dec 14: Reconciliation-3rd Grade
Dec 15: End of 2nd Quarter. Mass at 8:30am. Noon dismissal. No Lunch. No BASC.
Dec 18-Jan 2: No School, Christmas Holiday Break
A Catholic education forms compassionate yet judicious leaders who are prepared to rise up to the complexities of a dynamic and ever-changing world. Graduates of Catholic Schools have solid academic foundations, spiritual fortitude, strong moral convictions, and the desire to be civically engaged. Guided by God’s grace, we give students the tools they need to shape their futures and to become their best selves. As Catholic educators, we are humbled by the knowledge that our students move on to translate their spirituality, skills and scholarship into actions that transform the world.