As a mission of the Parish, St. Charles Catholic School believes in connecting students to what matters: faith, community and academics.
St. Charles Catholic School is a visible expression of the Church’s mission to “go and teach all nations.” St. Charles Catholic School grounds its students in Gospel values, Scripture, Catholic social teachings, and Catholic traditions as they grow in a personal relationship with God: Father, Son and Spirit. St. Charles School challenges students academically in all areas of the curriculum while recognizing the uniqueness and abilities of each member of the school community. It inspires students to become lifelong learners, responsible decision-makers and active members of the Church and community. Recognizing that parents have the primary responsibility for educating their children spiritually, physically, socially, emotionally and intellectually, St. Charles Catholic School supports parents in that responsibility.
In the Gospel message, we are taught that Jesus came to teach all people and that God wills all to be saved and come to the knowledge of the truth. St. Charles Catholic School is an institution which, above all, strives to proclaim and live this message. With this in mind, St. Charles Catholic School will admit children, regardless of religious belief, race, color, national and ethnic origin, handicap or financial situation.