Led by Christ, we begin and end every school day in His presence with prayer. By centering ourselves in Him, our students and staff at Northwest Catholic School strive to be Christ-like to one another in words and actions. Our Christian faith permeates our school environment, and students have many opportunities to learn about and grow in their faith.

Religion classes are taught daily in the classroom. Students learn about the life of Christ and the history and teachings of the Catholic Church, as set out by the Archdiocese of Milwaukee. However, our students are not content with only learning about their faith — they are ready to shine with God’s love!

Students actively live out their faith through service to the community and school-wide prayer. At NWCS, our students join together for weekly school-wide prayer services.

Northwest Catholic School students love celebrating special seasons and events throughout the school year. The liturgical seasons of Advent and Lent spread throughout the school with special prayers and classroom traditions. During Catholic Schools Week, our students and parishioners enjoy fun activities and a spaghetti dinner.

Service Projects

We believe it is important for our students to be responsible members of their communities. As a school, we encourage our students to take part in various service projects.

These projects teach our students to live their faith and connect with the community. By collecting peanut butter for the Hunger Task Force, students live out Christ’s call to feed the hungry.