Be it known to all who enter here, Christ is the reason for this school...
Blessed Sacrament School believes that all people are created in the image of God, and out of His goodness and love for them He has redeemed them through His Son, Jesus Christ. Parents are the primary educators of their children and the school is a cooperative agent in the spiritual education of each child. This education encompasses spiritual, intellectual, emotional, social, and physical dimensions.
Respect for God and His Church.
In the area of spiritual development, Blessed Sacrament School strives to instill Catholic values in the children and aid in the development of a positive self-image. Love and respect of self will naturally lead to respect for God and His church, as well as His command to love one’s neighbor. For this reason, these values have both an individual and a social dimension. In the area of curriculum, the Catholic faith and Christ’s love is infused into a strong and appropriate academic program. The purpose of a Blessed Sacrament School education is to help our students discover a personal relationship with Christ and to become contributing members of their families, their parish, and their community.
Prayer. Sacraments. Service.
Students participate in weekly Masses and special prayer services. They begin their day with prayer and end each day with prayer. Teachers pray with their students throughout the day. The sacraments of Reconciliation and the Eucharist are administered to Catholic students in the second grade. The sacrament of Confirmation is offered to Catholic students in the eighth grade. Students in grades four through eight perform a given number of service hours for their parish and/or community. By doing for others, we hope that our children will see that faith necessitates action, and that our Catholic faith is a service-oriented faith. We strive to help students understand that as Christ ministered to others, so must we.