Catholic school students in the Diocese of Providence learn to develop a personal spirituality that helps them become aware of and respond to God's plan for their lives.
Principals, teachers and staff understand that their work is a ministry to which they commit themselves. Joined together in a community of faith, they challenge their students to embrace the Gospel values that Jesus taught: faith in God, prayer and service, love and respect for self and others, compassion and responsibility, dignity and integrity, peace and justice. These values are not only taught in daily religion classes, but are woven through every class and each day's activities. This integration of values and academics enables each student to grow as a whole person - body, mind, and spirit.
Catholic schools also emphasize a challenging core curriculum that stimulate students to question, evaluate, discover and create. Students encounter a broad variety of learning experiences that blends the traditional and the innovative. These experiences foster every student's ability to shape the world through his or her ideas and vision.
More than 98% of Catholic high school students graduate, with 99% bound for two and four year colleges and universities, 7% and 92% respectively. Of current graduates, over 68% have received fully or partially paid college scholarships.
If you care about your child's development as a whole person, then consider a Catholic education. Please contact a school near you today!