Religion is taught daily as a formal subject to all students. Our religion curriculum supports our school mission; we proclaim the gospel, build community, and serve others.
The entire student body, Kindergarten through Grade 8, participates in liturgies, thereby contributing to the religious growth of our school community. School masses are held at least twice a month on Wednesdays afternoons.
Sacramental preparations are an important part of the religion program. The second grade students are prepared for the Sacraments of Reconciliation and the Eucharist.
Prayer is a part of our daily lives. Each school day begins and ends in school wide prayer. Classroom teachers also engage the students in prayer throughout the day.
The sixth, seventh, and eighth grade students each participate in a grade level retreat.
Opportunities to provide service to others are given throughout the school year. Students participate in a variety of projects including, but not limited to, Operation Warm and Fuzzy (a collection of stuffed animals and baby sleepers), a school wide Lenten Project, and Make a Difference Days (students dress down once a month in exchange for a charity donation).
The middle school students (grades 6-8) also are responsible for completing individual service hours. These hours can be completed in the summer months but must be finished by the assigned date. This date typically coincides with the end of the second trimester.