Mission Statement

Mission Statement

The mission of St. Bernard of Clairvaux Catholic School is to provide students with a quality, faith-based education in a safe and nurturing environment. The school strives to witness to God’s love and to promote a Christian community, integrating religion and life.

Philosophy

The guiding philosophy of St. Bernard of Clairvaux Catholic School is to recognize the individual spiritual, physical, moral and intellectual needs of each student in an atmosphere rich in Catholic truths and values. We are committed to academic excellence by providing a challenging curriculum with high expectations for success. We consider it essential to teach the student to live in accordance with the spiritual, moral and ethical principles exemplified in the life of Christ.
 
School Goals for 2014-2015
 
1. We will challenge our students to reach their maximum potential emotionally, academically, 
    spiritually, and socially to prepare them to become highly qualified candidates for the high school of
    their choice.
 
2. We will create a welcoming and nurturing environment that encourages all stakeholders to stay
    connected and participate as active alumni in the future of St. Bernard of Clairvaux
    Catholic School.
 
3. We will better meet the academic needs of our diverse learners by staying current on
    technological advancements and focusing on developing STEM (Science, Technology,
    Engineering, and Mathematics) in our school wide instructional programs.
 
4. We will continue to foster the importance of understanding and living Christian values among our
    school population. Students will more clearly understand that all behaviors, positive and negative,
    have consequences and they are ultimately the ones who are responsible for the choices
    they make.


News

NO SCHOOL - OCTOBER 24, 2014
No School on Friday, October 24, 2014
Home and School Meeting - Movie Night - click here
Movie Night starting at 7 after dinner and meeting.
Fall Festival Information - click here
Saturday, November 1st
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