Southtowns Catholic School is a Catholic education community. We provide a faith-based education with Catholic virtues and Gospel values. The faculty, families and parishes of Our Lady of Perpetual Help and St. Vincent de Paul together develop each student to his or her fullest potential. We strive for excellence as we educate the leaders of tomorrow academically, spiritually and socially. We believe that Southtowns Catholic School should strive to develop fully each child's spiritual, intellectual, social, and physical capabilities; to provide a Catholic Christian environment where a child develops a strong relationship with God, with an understanding that worship and prayer are means of communicating with Him; to emphasize the importance of life, and of moral and spiritual values; to contribute to the development of the total student by providing a variety of curricula, and extracurricular programs fostering concern for others; to offer religious programs on an academic basis and to provide opportunities for religious worship; to instruct children in the truths of our faith and inspire them, through example, to live a true Catholic Christian life; to foster in our students the ability to be visible examples of the Gospel, especially by being of service to others and to foster in our students the belief that they are unique and valuable, and possess talents upon which the continuity and future accomplishments of our communities rest.
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