Mission and Beliefs
The mission of Blessed Sacrament School is to educate the whole child according to Gospel teachings, doctrines, and traditions of the Catholic Church; challenge all students to reach their Academic potential; and prepare them to serve God, the Church, and the world.
- We believe the school’s primary purpose is to foster a personal relationship with Jesus Christ while witnessing to the Gospel through doctrine, building community, and providing service to others.
- We believe each child is created by God and should be treated as a valued individual with unique spiritual, physical, social, emotional, and intellectual needs.
- We believe the school community models social justice by recognizing and actively participating in the Gospel message promoting the dignity of the human person and the commandment to love thy neighbor.
- We believe parents are the primary, irreplaceable educators of their children in partnership with the whole school community.
- We believe all students have the ability to learn and are provided a supportive and challenging environment that increases their potential for moral, responsible decision making.
- We believe students become self-disciplined learners and realize that faith, like learning, is a life- long journey.
- We believe the school has a clearly articulated, rigorous curriculum.
- We believe the curriculum, instructional practices, and assessments incorporate a variety of challenging learning activities that accommodate different learning styles.
- We believe the school strives to be accessible to all who desire a quality Catholic education.