All students are children of God with special talents and needs.
Following Benedictine tradition, all students are received, seen, treated as Christ, each student will be taught to see Christ in others, especially their teachers and their fellow students.
Students are members of ever-enlarging groups beginning with the family and moving out into society. In cooperation with the family, the school seeks to guide and direct the students in the development of their unique potentials.
A safe and physically comfortable environment promotes student learning.
Students need to be actively involved in solving problems, producing quality work, and demonstrating their understanding of essential knowledge and skills. The coalesces into challenging students to achieve their personal best.
Assessments of student learning should provide students with a variety of opportunities to demonstrate their achievement and meaningful contexts to apply their knowledge.
Student learning is the chief priority for the school and the commitment to continuous improvement is imperative if our school is going to enable students to become confident, self-directed, and lifelong learners.
The responsibility for advancing the school’s mission is shared by the teachers, administrators, parents, the parish and where applicable, the community at large.