Living Our Catholic Faith
At St. Michael School our Catholic identity is of utmost importance. Catholic values and attitudes are integrated into daily lessons in all classrooms. All students experience religious formation daily, including the celebration of all-school Mass every Wednesday.
All students perform community service, always conscious that they do so in Jesus' name as a part of their commitment to their faith. Community service includes book and clothing drives, the Brown Bag Ministry project to feed the poor, Rosary making, serving at Mass as Altar servers and ushers, and providing canned goods for the parish Share Sunday food drive. All Grade 8 students choose a community project of interest based on the Corporal Works of Mercy.
We are a worship community, always beginning and ending our school day in prayer and including special intentions for all community members. Parish members visit our school regularly to lead students in prayer, students to make Rosaries, and to share their faith journeys with students.
Our parish priests are often at our school, either greeting students and families in carpool, reading and teaching the Catholic faith, or leading morning prayer. We value their presence and support as they model Catholic values and attitudes for our students, families, faculty, and administration.