Established in 1954, St. Michael Catholic School integrates faith and knowledge in the tradition of Catholic education. We educate the whole person, promoting the growth and development of mind, body and spirit. We take pride in our history, rooted in Catholic tradition and values . Our state-of-the-art facilities provide the most current educational tools and resources.
Our Goals: Catholic Education – A Shared Experience
When you enroll your child at St. Michael Catholic School, you enter a partnership of the Church, the School, yourself, and your child. This partnership is dedicated to the development of your child as an individual with an awareness of his/her role within the Christian community. The success of the partnership depends on the cooperation of all involved.
Education is one of the most important ways in which the Church fulfills its commitment to the dignity of the person and the building of community. Recognizing the importance of this ministry, the Parish, the Pastor, the Parish staff, and the Pastoral Council strongly support the school with their spiritual, emotional, financial, and physical resources.
The faculty and staff of St. Michael Catholic School share with you the responsibility of guiding your child’s growth in all areas of his/her life: spiritual, intellectual, physical, psychological, and social. In accepting your child as a member of the St. Michael Catholic School family, we pledge our time and talents to his/her growth and development, and we affirm our responsibility for cooperating with you for your child’s welfare.
As the parent/guardian in this partnership, you bring your support, your time, and your talents to our joint effort. You, in fact, remain the primary educator of your child in the values and responsibilities of Christian community. You do not relinquish, but share the responsibility for your child’s religious education, both sacramental and in community.
Your child accepts the responsibility to become the best person he/she can be in all areas of life and to prepare him/herself as a leader in both a Christian and a secular world.