Blessed Sacrament Catholic School is committed to the development of the whole child. We consider it the responsibility of the school to provide systematic training of the child through instruction, discipline, example and development of all abilities: moral, intellectual and physical. Our primary goal is to help our students internalize the message of Christ, to love God and to show this in their encounters with others.
The vision of Blessed Sacrament School is to continue to educate, inspire, and challenge our students to become life long learners and strong, faith-filled individuals. We strive to provide our students with the necessary knowledge and skills needed to be effective citizens and leaders in our future world. Our goal includes developing an environment where students, teachers, staff, parishioners, and school families work together toward the ultimate goal of knowing, loving, and serving God and others today and into the future.
The School recognizes that education is a joint responsibility of teachers and parents and that the development of communication between the two is essential for effective education. We at Blessed Sacrament expect parental cooperation and support regarding all school policies and procedures as criteria for continued enrollment at Blessed Sacrament.
Research has shown that students from Catholic schools are extremely prepared for high school above their public school counterparts in areas of moral, spiritual, and academic development. As parents you have made the right decision sending your child to Blessed Sacrament Catholic School!