St. Louis Catholic School provides a dynamic, strong-faith community where students, family and faculty worship, learn and grow in Christ together. Students learn Christian doctrine and Catholic values. They are taught traditional prayers of the Catholic faith. Liturgies, prayer services, retreats and community outreach are a frequent part of the religious curriculum. Parents are always invited to attend the school liturgies and all church functions during the school day.
All eligible students are prepared to receive the Sacraments. Penance and First Eucharist are received in 2nd Grade, and Confirmation is conferred in 9th Grade. The school and parish work hand-in-hand in preparing the children of St. Louis Catholic School for these important events.
Attendance at school Masses is a priority in our Catholic school. Students in Grades K-8 attend the Friday 8:45am parish Mass each week. Pre-K students attend Mass the First Friday of each month. Students in Grades K-2 are paired with Mass partners in Grades 6-8. The Living Stations of the Cross, the Living Rosary and May Procession are annual events.