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Thursday, May 25, 2017
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 Clare M. walking the "ladder" with help from her classmates during the all-school retreat.

Our Lady of Grace Mission Statement

By virtue of its sponsorship by the covenant parishes of St. Ann, Assumption, Little Flower, and St. Margaret Mary, Our Lady of Grace Catholic School seeks to create a nurturing environment in which every member of our school community has the opportunity to fulfill their God given spiritual, academic, social, artistic, physical, and emotional potential.  We provide a high quality Catholic values-based educational experience, taking intentional actions to empower disciples’ of Christ to meet the challenges of the future as they work to bring about the Kingdom of God.

Our Statement of Belief

"The Educational mission of the church is an integrated ministry embracing three interlocking dimensions: message, community, and service.  Catholic schools afford the fullest and best opportunity to realize this threefold purpose of education among children and young people." (NCCB, To Teach as Jesus Did, 101)

In light of this Church document, Our Lady of Grace School is committed to the education of children in partnership with parents/guardians who recognize that, for people of faith, the wisdom and culture transmitted by a school find their fullest expression within the Gospel call of love and service. 

Our Lady of Grace Community believes that…

• The purpose of Catholic education is to have strong academics along with Catholic traditions, morals, and evangelization.

• Faith formation starts in the home and continues to be an ongoing process which is taught, lived, and celebrated in our school.

• Christian Service is essential to developing our students’ sense of social justice and charity so they can see and respond to the needs of others.

• Parents are essential partners in developing self-disciplined students who achieve at or above their ability level.

• All-school cooperative activities create a sense of community across the grade levels.

• The implementation of the curriculum requires a variety of instructional methods, materials, and technology to meet diverse learning styles among students.

• Assessment is ongoing and drives instruction practices and facilitates parent communication.

• Through the use of data, surveys, and observations we strive to continuously improve all aspects of our school community.