Catholic education seeks to develop in each child an understanding of his/her true end in life, a desire to achieve this end above all others and to develop the self-discipline necessary to make the choices to attain it.
An important objective of our education is to teach the child to recognize and choose the right priorities in this blend of absolute and relative truth.
Proper respect must be encouraged for other agencies which contribute to the child's formation, such as the Church, the government, and society.
1. To provide for the common educational needs of all children.
2. To develop desirable moral attitudes and practices.
3. To promote a healthy lifestyle.
4. To develop a constructive civic sense through practice in respecting the property and rights of others.
5. To develop a sense of personal responsibility by leading students to meaningful experiences and prudent decisions.
6. To provide recreational activities this will develop positive social relationships now and provide for future worthwhile leisure-time enjoyment.
7. To develop a basically true Christian, loyal to the ideals of his/her faith.