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Principal's Corner

Principal Kathleen McNutt

St. Louis School has been a leader in faith-filled, academic excellence for over 60 years. As an alumna of this school, and a parent of 4 alumni and 1 current student, I am fully immersed in the gifts that St. Louis offers to students, parishioners and the surrounding community. We have a long, rich tradition in providing Catholic education with the goal of living as Christ has shown us. Weekly Masses, daily religion instruction, assemblies, retreats, social justice projects and various parish activities help our students and staff to grow spiritually each day. We understand that we are preparing our students for future academia, and thus our dedicated and outstanding staff works collaboratively to teach and facilitate critical thinking, problem solving and a foundational knowledge of skills throughout the curriculum. It is essential for our students to learn the importance of communication through writing and speaking, and we understand the importance of integrating smart technology as a support tool for learning, working and interacting with the global society.

The mission of St. Louis School is "Rooted in Faith, Growing in Christ", and we live that message daily by providing a Christ-centered education that addresses the moral, emotional, physical and intellectual development of every student. The holistic formation of the child has been the very founding principle of Catholic education since its dawn in our country and certainly continues today. The St. Louis faculty and staff, volunteers, priests, administration and our own Poor Clare sisters continually support the students in our mission through their tireless efforts, prayers, and sacrifices.

I am truly grateful for the sacrifices that our families make as they entrust their children to our care. We take this responsibility very seriously, as we provide our students with a safe, academically challenging and nurturing environment where they will reach their full potential in Christ. I will be praying for all of those families who are in our care or are visiting us, and I ask that you keep me and my family in your prayers as well.

God bless,

Kathleen McNutt