Why Catholic Education
A Catholic education is the most potentially successful kind of education that can be conferred. Why? Because of its foundation, aims, content, methods, and indicators of success.
The Catholic schools of the Diocese of Santa Rosa exist to form young persons in Christ and in culture. The formation in Christ entails building the capacities of each student for life with God in time and in eternity. The formation in culture entails building the intellectual, emotional, and physical capacities of each student for responsible life in society.
Catholic school education in the Diocese is distinguished by such religious principles as (that):
Catholic school education in the Diocese is distinguished by such professional principles as (that):
Each of the Catholic schools of the Diocese has crafted student outcomes. Derived from the school’s mission and philosophy, these outcomes are broad statements of competency regarding what students value, understand, and do as a result of their experiences of the school’s educational program.