Student Learning Expectations

By supporting the Catholic Church's teachings on Social Justice, we will provide a faith filled environment that promotes a love of life, respect for the environment and a desire to be a life-long learner. We want our students to be:

Faithful Roman Catholic who:

  • Displays knowledge of our faith and the teaching of the Roman Catholic Church
  • Develops spirituality through prayer
  • Plans and participates in liturgies and devotions
  • Practices the gospel teaching by serving the community

Critical Thinker/Problem Solver who:

  • Analyzes, synthesizes, and evaluates information
  • Is an independent thinker and applies problem solving techniques
  • Considers alternatives and makes effective Catholic moral choices

Self-Directed learner who:

  • Sets goals and strives for achievement
  • Uses time effectively
  • Cooperates and follows directions
  • Masters developmentally appropriate skills in all subject areas as stated in Diocesan curriculum
  • Uses study skills and research effectively
  • Maximizes opportunity to exceed minimum requirements

Effective Communicator who:

  • Communicates ideas in a variety of forms
  • Demonstrates competency in the use of technology
  • Analyzes and expresses thoughts and opinions
  • Works cooperatively with others

Responsible Citizen who:

  • Acknowledges and responds to global and social issues
  • Respects self and others
  • Understands the responsibility of a good citizen
  • Possesses personal responsibility and shows accountability for his/her own actions
  • Expresses patriotism