St. Mary of the Immaculate Conception School is a Catholic community that fosters and enriches the faith life of its students and provides a quality academic education. In partnership with parents, guardians, educators, and the whole parish community, our school fosters the spiritual, intellectual and social development of our students.
The school’s philosophy aligns with the charisms of the founding order, the Sisters of the Holy Names of Mary and Joseph.
We believe that every child is created in the image and likeness of God.
We believe in the importance of the faith community in living and modeling Gospel values.
We believe parents and/or guardians are the primary educators of their children, while teachers facilitate and complement the learning process.
We believe and strive to create an environment that allows a child to learn and grow while developing a sense of responsibility for self and others.
STUDENT LEARNING EXPECTATIONS
A St. Mary School graduate . . .
. . . is a person of COMPASSION
. . . who seeks to actively CONTRIBUTE to his or her own intellectual and personal growth and that of others
. . . and fosters a CONNECTION to become stewards of his or her own community and the greater world.