WELCOME TO ST. ALOYSIUS SCHOOL
Catholic education inspires children, through the eternal truths,
to become the people God intended them to be.
It is the primary goal of St. Aloysius School to support and assist students
as they strive to discover the mission of
Jesus as it relates to their own lives,
to grow and mature while experiencing the eternal love and grace of God, and to
embrace their Baptismal call to a life of ministry and service to others.
St. Aloysius School strives to provide students with the best Catholic education and
formation possible. This is done by focusing on the holistic development of each student.
The curriculum of the school includes comprehensive instruction in the academic
subjects and in the beliefs and values of the Catholic faith, which are integrated
into all the academic areas of each school program.
St. Aloysius School provides opportunities for every student in religious, moral,
social, cultural, and physical development.
St. Aloysius School takes pride in the established culture and family atmosphere
which is an integral part of its identity. Parent and family involvement is an
essential component of the daily operations of the school. Through the dedication
and work of staff, parents, and extended family, a rich and diverse community
has been established that promotes and nurtures the education of every student
while reflecting the values of our faith.
Students are taught to embrace and refine in their daily lives the six Christian
virtues of faith, courage, respect, integrity, responsibility and compassion; thus
developing a strong base upon which to build their lives. St. Aloysius School
affirms every student's intrinsic worth as a child of God, and supports their
intellectual, spiritual and emotional growth. With this loving and challenging
support, St. Aloysius students feel empowered to become religious,
respectful, resourceful and responsible people.
St. Aloysius School is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and
Colleges and the Western Catholic Education Association.