St. Emily School provides programs for children from 3-year-old pre-kindergarten through eighth grade. Classes run August through June. Registration information is published in the parish bulletin each November; registration begins in January.
As members of the St. Emily Parish School community, we believe in Catholic education as a vital part of the evangelizing mission of the Church. Through a Christian environment, we believe Gospel values will be fostered within the development of the individual’s full potential.
We are committed to maintaining a climate of respect in which all can learn and apply the skills that will allow them to be successful and productive members of society. In a collaborative spirit, we share with the parent/guardian, the first educators of the child, in developing an atmosphere wherein respect, support and the modeling of positive behaviors is primary.
We accept responsibility for providing a safe environment wherein a student has the opportunity to reach his/her full potential. With an emphasis on literacy and problem-solving skills, the school provides varied learning experiences, addressing the uniqueness of each student.
We believe the teacher facilitates learning and models a positive learning attitude, which encourages students to continually strive for personal success throughout life.
Mission Statement Save
St. Emily Catholic School accepts the Church’s challenge to create a religious, educational and evangelizing community, enlightened by the gift of faith, which parents, as primary educators, have nurtured. We strive to foster a sense of independence in each student so that he/she may be responsible, respectful, and make right choices. In pursuit of academic excellence, curriculum is implemented to foster and develop the talents of each student.
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