Christ-centered education: Our education addresses the moral, emotional, physical, spiritual and intellectual development of each child.
TerraNova excellence: Our students consistently score above both the Diocesan and National averages in TerraNova standardized testing.
Dedicated professional educators: Our educators pledge to provide a safe, Christ-centered, academically challenging and nurturing environment to help each child reach his or her full potential in Christ.
Spiritual life: We develop close personal relationships with God through worship, service and lived Gospel values, Students at St. Louis Catholic School learn Christian doctrine and Catholic values. They are taught traditional prayers of the Catholic Church. Liturgies, prayer services and community outreach are a frequent part of the religious curriculum.
Enriching curriculum: Our curriculum addresses the needs of diverse learners through leveled instruction and a full-time resource and enrichment program. The core curriculum at all grade levels is supplemented with Lab Learner, Computer, Art, Spanish, Music, Physical Education and Library.
State-of-the-art technology: Interactive white boards in every classroom give students interactive experiences with our curriculum.
Extracurricular activities: We have activities for all talents ad interests including Band, Chorus, Scouts, Basketball, Track & Cross Country, Odyssey of the Mind, Student Council, National Junior Honor Society, Drama and Yearbook amongst many.
Diversity: Students from different cultural and ethnic backgrounds, united in their faith, come together in charity; to learn not just with, but from each other as one body in Christ.
Community: Our school community is a united family of faculty, staff, student population and parents all working together to provide a special balance between worship, academics, athletics, arts and service—in an environment where trust and support are paramount.
Enthusiastic Parent Teacher Organization: St. Louis Catholic School parents take an active part in their child’s education, and you’ll likely find them worshipping along side their children at liturgies, assisting with school events, chaperoning field trips, helping with art projects, and even being guest speakers in the classrooms. Many St. Louis Catholic School parents work countless volunteer hours in our classrooms, in the cafeteria, at school events, as coaches of sports teams and leaders of scouts.
Programs that fit your schedule: Our full-day Kindergarten and Extended Day program keep students engaged and learning throughout the day from as early as 6:30 a.m. until as late at 6:00 p.m.