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 organizing meals for needy families during Easter and collecting peanut butter for the Hunger Task Force, students live out Christ’s call to feed the hungry.
Our younger students especially enjoy singing for the senior citizens at the Elks Lodge— and brighten the day for the residents there.
Jump Rope for Heart is another exciting service project that our students love to do. They raise pledges for the American Heart Association — and stay active and learn about heart health while doing it!
Families and students also raise money for our school through the Soles for Catholic Education walk.
Vacation Bible School is coming the Summer of 2016!