St. Monica is a parish school. In union with parents as the primary educators and the Archdiocese of Seattle, we promote the internalization of the Good News of Jesus Christ as is expressed in our Catholic faith. The mission of St. Monica Catholic School is to teach Christ-like values, assist the students to achieve academic excellence in all areas, and to maintain a warm, safe, nurturing, and loving learning environment. We foster a Catholic environment providing for the growth of the whole child by focusing on spiritual, academic, physical, and moral development. We motivate and encourage our children to reach their highest potential by offering a challenging curriculum and a supportive environment designed to empower them with knowledge and self-discipline. We invite our children to live a life modeled on the gospel values by encouraging a life of prayer, sacraments, and service to one another and the larger community. We provide opportunities for our children to be leaders in our school and community, instilling in them the awareness that they can make a difference in our world.
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