St. Louis Catholic School exists for two interrelated reasons. First, to assist parents in their responsibility to educate the children God has entrusted to them. Second, to aid the church in its God-given mission of spreading the faith throughout the earth and through time. Therefore, the school will strive to maintain a cooperative effort of parents and teachers-under the leadership of the Pastors of the Church- to develop the whole person of the child: body and soul. It is our goal that students who graduate from St. Louis Catholic School will have a deep, personal relationship with Christ and will evidence this relationship through and throughout their lives. They will be self-disciplined, respectful and responsible, have appropriate social skills, high character standards, and will be responsible for their own success.
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