Our school has suceeded due to the continued support of parishoners, families and fraternal and service organizations who believe in the strengths of St Mary School:
Academic excellence is achieved by a commitment to the success of each individual child and is integrated with the message of the Gospel. St. Mary School makes the difference with daily religious instruction that further stimulates the learning experience and helps mold further dedication to family, community and faith.
SMS students plan and participate in frequent school liturgies which help to enrich their spiritual growth and self confidence.
The mission of the Pastor, Board of Total Catholic Education, Principal, Teachers, Parents and Students of the St. Mary School Community is to develop lifelong learning skills which will help each person reflect the teachings of Jesus and achieve the highest potential of moral, intellectual, emotional, physical and social growth in an environment of compassion, respect and safety.
St. Mary School is a Catholic educational community that offers parents the opportunity of a sound academic and faith-filled experience for their children. It is committed to reflect in its environment, and in every aspect of its curriculum, Gospel values. As such, it is a sign and a source of Catholic faith in this community.
Throughout the Old Testament God promised peace to His people. In the New Testament Jesus, the Prince of Peace, was given to us. We recognize God's gift and responsibility. Full Christian growth and development means full human growth and development: spiritual, moral, emotional, intellectual and physical. St. Mary School is dedicated:
Belief Statement of the Faculty of St. Mary School:
We believe that...
With Jesus as our model, we will strive to develop lifelong attitudes and skills in children that will help them to achieve the highest level of intellectual, social, emotional, physical and moral growth in an ever changing and diverse world.
St. Mary School is in compliance with Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 to the extent that no person shall on the basis of sex, race, or national origin be excluded from participating in or denied benefits of, nor be subject to discrimination under any educational program or activity, nor shall there be discrimination by sex, race, or national origin in the employment of personnel.
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