Rooted in the Catholic faith, Blessed Sacrament School cultivates the seeds of faith that continue to develop throughout our students’ kindergarten, primary, elementary and junior high experience. In every classroom, our faith is taught, learned, experienced and lived in our students, faculty and staff.
Kindergarten students discover a love of learning about the world around them and most importantly, a love of the God who made them.
The Primary grades offer a strong foundation in our Catholic faith. In every subject area as well as in religion class, Blessed Sacrament School students learn the love of God and the doctrine of the Catholic religion in developmentally appropriate lessons. Primary students attend Mass once per week and are involved in classroom and school-wide prayer services. Grade level service projects teach children how to give of themselves as they are Christ to one another. Second graders receive the sacraments of First Reconciliation and First Eucharist.
As Intermediate grade students’ faith life continues to develop, they take pride in planning and executing prayer services and in leading the Mass. They enthusiastically participate in their classroom service projects, are invited to attend an optional 6:30 A.M. Mass held on the 1st Friday of each month, and take on the responsibility of personal service hours.
Junior high students at Blessed Sacrament School are challenged spiritually as they grow into young men and young women. Working in small Christian communities, students work together as they expand their knowledge of Church doctrine and history. Most importantly, they use shared reflection and self-reflection as they internalize their faith on a deeper level.
Blessed Sacrament School students also celebrate Mass and plan prayer services throughout the year. Students collectively organize and support service projects that benefit agencies such as: Care Net, the Comboni Mission, the Ed Colina Foundation, the Ronald McDonald House, and St. Vincent de Paul.