Students are given the opportunity to develop a deep understanding of essential knowledge and skills, and to develop the capacity to apply their learning and to reason, solve problems and produce quality work.
♦Each student is a valued individual with unique spiritual, physical, social, emotional and intellectual needs.
♦A safe, supportive and nurturing learning environment promotes student achievement.
♦Achievement of high academic standards is expected of all students and all personnel (administrators, teachers, and support staff) are committed to setting and holding students to high expectations and performance to reach that goal.
♦Catholic schools recognize parents and families as the primary educators of their children and strive to maintain effective collaboration and communication with the family as partners in the education of their children.
♦The development of curriculum, design of instructional activities and the use of assessment measures are focused on learning opportunities and feedback to assist student achievement.