Faith from the student perspective

daily expression of 
catholic values

For each and every student, finding meaning in life is both a challenge and an opportunity. We believe that real meaning only comes through an unwavering, faith-filled relationship with Jesus Christ and a desire to serve others.


Every student has the opportunity to share God’s love and use their God-given talents in a variety of service opportunities, like Serve-a-thon, Thanksgiving Needs Drive, Christmas Families Drive, and more.


All students are invited to serve and explore their faith outside the classroom, on guided retreats that engage, inspire, and challenge. Retreats include Corex, Kairos, and more.

Daily Prayer

Students develop their prayer life through communal morning prayer (The Examen), prayer to begin each class period led by classroom teachers, communal mid-afternoon prayer (The Act of Contrition), and communal end of day prayer (The Memorare).


Students experience God's word through weekly Mass which is held next-door in the Cathedral of Saint Andrew, adoration in our chapel, and through the Sacrament of Reconciliation.




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