We are committed to providing each and every one of our students an education of consequence that equips them with the skills, habits, attitudes and content needed to successfully develop and navigate an extraordinary and purposeful life. Our program intentionally and consistently cultivates:
• Curiosity and Imagination
• Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving
• Initiative and Innovation
• Effective Communication
• Being of Service to our Greater Community
• Christian Values
Research shows that early exposure to STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) is a predictor of later school success. Unlike rote learning, the active learning of a STEAM curriculum helps children develop critical thinking skills such as reasoning, predicting, and problem solving.
Through Bible stories, character development and visits from the priests, the children will learn the importance of love for others and themselves, thanksgiving, and being of service to others. We also have monthly service learning projects.
Play is the best way for children to develop these interactions, while shaping their whole selves. Part of our school day will encourage different kinds of hands-on learning and working positively with others.