SLP_St_edited.jpg

FAITH

IMG_0969.jpg

Mission

Everything we do begins with faith and ends with excellence. 

 

Each day, we help our students develop a strong foundation of Catholic Values through prayer, study and outreach. We have recently begun First Fridays to assist in this endeavor in honoring the Sacred Heart of Jesus. Helping students see the value in a life of Faith and service means they will carry these principles with them throughout their lives. Our classical curriculum is taught by amazing faculty who hold the tenets of faith first and foremost. No matter the endeavor they choose to pursue, our students graduate with a strong work ethic, a desire to achieve excellence, and a faith-filled heart to serve. 

Faith & Excellence

Everything we do at Saint Michael begins with faith and ends with excellence. Each day, we help our students develop a strong foundation of Catholic Values through prayer, study and outreach. Helping students see the value in a life of Faith and service means they will carry these principles with them throughout their lives. Our Classical curriculum is taught by faculty who understand the importance of a Classical education and Catholic values. No matter the endeavor they choose to pursue, our students graduate with a strong work ethic, a desire to achieve excellence, and a faith-filled heart to serve. 

Image by Jacob Bentzinger

Future

The spiritual life of a Saint Michael student is nurtured at school, at liturgical celebrations in the parish, and within the family. However, it is your own parish, not the school, which is responsible for the immediate preparation of the sacraments. This preparation may include retreats, workshops, rites, parent meetings, sacramental preparation sessions and rehearsals and eventually, the sacramental celebration itself.

Please register your children in the sacramental programs offered at your parish with the understanding that the final phase of preparation does not occur at school. Registration times vary from parish to parish, so parents should contact the Sacramental Coordinator in their parish, two years prior to the sacramental year.

IMGP3743 copy.jpg