Our Faith

On a monthly basis, our students and staff focus on the importance of our Catholic Virtues. We do our utmost to incorporate these virtues into all aspects of our school. We recognize children regularly for their leadership in exemplifying the virtues of: respect, empathy, justice, patience, responsibility, compassion, forgiveness, stewardship, tolerance, and honesty.

Our Belief

As a faith community, we aspire to have our students develop a way of living that embodies the teachings of Jesus Christ. Through prayer and modeling we endeavour to integrate our faith into the day to day curriculum and social fabric of our school community.

Our Partners

Our parish priest is invited to visit the school regularly and to participate in the Eucharistic celebrations and the Liturgies of the Word. These liturgical celebrations occur both in individual classrooms as well as with the entire school community. We welcome the participation and partnership with our parish community, local Knights of Columbus and Catholic Women's League as well. Our school selects annually a Faith Ambassador who helps to guide the spiritual development of staff as well as students.

Demonstrating Our Faith

Our school supports many charitable endeavors including: Food Drives, Santa Fund, Jump Rope For Heart, The Holy Childhood Organization along with many other local community organizations.  We believe that a strong link between church, home, and school best serves our children to grow in faith and to develop spiritually to their full potential. Sacramental preparation is encouraged by our staff members as we strive to assist our parishes in this process.  Masses are celebrated regularly and are planned by the student body and their teachers.

Vision of a Catholic Learner

Catholic Learners:

  • are discerning believers formed in the Catholic Faith community who celebrate the signs and sacred mystery of God's presence through word, sacrament, prayer, forgiveness, reflection and moral living.

  • are effective communicators who speak, write and listen honestly and sensitively, responding critically in light of Gospel values.

  • are reflective, creative and holistic thinkers who solve problems and make responsible decisions with an informed moral conscience for the common good.

  • are self directed, responsible lifelong learners who develop and demonstrate their God-given potential.

  • are collaborative contributors who always find meaning, dignity and vocation in work which respects the rights of all and contributes to the common good.

  • are caring family members who attend to family, school, parish, and the wider community.

  • are responsible citizens who give witness to Catholic social teaching by promoting peace, justice and the sacredness of human life.

School Prayer

St. Luke, you bring people closer to the Lord Jesus And to His Church through Word and Sacrament God inspired you, St. Luke, to set forth in the Gospel, The love and healing power of Jesus.

Most gracious and talented St. Luke You were moved by the heavenly Spirit of love To tell us of the humanity of Jesus Through your words, you showed us His divinity And His genuine compassion for all human beings.

Inspire us to have the same compassion St. Luke, help us to keep our hearts open To the voice of God

St. Luke, pray for us Amen.