Our school and the community are committed to the development of the whole child—heart, mind, body and spirit. Alongside the academic program, we strive to cultivate a safe, supportive and student centered environment where our rich Catholic traditions of faith formation help to encourage lives of leadership, service, authenticity, responsibility and spiritual growth. Student life encompasses the intellectual, creative, spiritual, physical, developmental and human needs of our young learners. Our young learners join with parents and professionals who work to provide sound leadership in educating learners. All members of this community seek to provide a structured, safe, supportive and challenging environment. We do this by providing the human and educational resources needed to promote and protect whole child development. We encourage young people to become intellectuals, athletes, artists, peer ministers, leaders and life long learners.
Mr. Matthew DiTomasso
Dean of Student Life