St. Aloysius School was founded in the Tri-State area in 1885 to proclaim the Good News of the Gospel and to transform this message into action. We, the faculty, staff, parents, and students believe that we exist to create a Catholic Community centered in Jesus that will witness His Way of Life. St. Aloysius School is a Roman Catholic School in the Diocese of Youngstown. The staff of St. Aloysius School focuses on academic excellence and spiritual development while striving to meet the unique physical, social, emotional, spiritual, and academic needs of each student so each can develop into a well-rounded, Christ-centered individual. We believe that each Catholic school, as part of a larger believing community, has the mission to proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ through excellence in educational programs and service to the Catholic community in particular and in society in general. The foundations of Catholic belief and practice are taught while developing a sense of community, an atmosphere for worship, and a concern for social justice. These themes permeate all aspects of the school organization and curriculum that meets the religious, academic, personal, and social needs of children. The Office of Catholic Schools provides leadership and support for Catholic schools to be an integral, viable element of the Diocesan Church’s mission of education. The Office establishes the climate and framework for fostering excellence in education in the Catholic elementary schools of the Diocese. St. Aloysius School, in conjunction with St. Aloysius Community Parish and Immaculate Conception Parish offers sacramental programs such as First Reconciliation, First Communion, and Confirmation. These programs are integrated into the faith experience, but may require outside time commitments.