The Mission of the Catholic Schools in the Diocese of Rockville Centre is to foster an environment of spiritual and intellectual growth by integrating Catholic tradition and faith throughout the educational process. This is accomplished by the promotion of Gospel values, lifelong service, global awareness, and academic excellence that prepares our students to be compassionate, as well as critical and creative thinkers, in an ever changing society.
As part of the educational ministry of the Church on Long Island, we believe Catholic schools are 21st century learning communities in which the gospel of Jesus is taught, lived, and experienced on a daily basis. Quality curricula and instruction are balanced with a strong moral foundation and spiritual development in order to prepare our students for a faith-filled and productive life, locally, nationally, and globally.
In the Diocese of Rockville Centre:
Catholic schools are visible signs of God's love and the mission of the Church serving parish and local communities.
Catholic schools integrate our Catholic faith and culture into all areas of life.
Catholic schools are committed to academic excellence utilizing emergent technologies to enhance learning.
Catholic schools build on the past and prepare for the future and educate students to be the leaders of tomorrow.
Catholic schools involve and seek the support of clergy, parents, and guardians in the education and spiritual development of students.
Catholic school administrators, teachers, and staff are competent, caring, and committed professionals who value and respect all in the school community.