As a Catholic school rooted in our commitment to the Gospel and academic excellence, we strive to fulfill the purpose of Catholic education described so beautifully in the Holy See’s Teachings On Catholic Schools by Archbishop J. Michael Miller: The specific purpose of a Catholic education is the formation of boys and girls who will be good citizens of this world, enriching society with the leaven of the Gospel, but who will also be citizens of the world to come. Catholic schools have a straightforward goal: to foster the growth of good Catholic human beings who love God and neighbor and thus fulfill their destiny of becoming saints. To fulfill this purpose of forming good citizens for this world and the next, we strive to offer a thoughtful and challenging curriculum taught by competent, enthusiastic, and caring faculty. The new academic spaces created through this campaign will provide us with the opportunity to further develop our curriculum, explore new course offerings, and provide our students and faculty with dedicated instructional spaces that do not currently exist.

Christine Williams