St. Clement of Rome School provides deliberate and systematic instruction, in both formal and informal educational settings, which develop the skills, knowledge and values needed for life. We are a vibrant school community dedicated to excellence in the areas of academics, communication and faith formation. We strive to meet the individual needs of our students as we nurture their God-given talents and gifts. As a follower of Jesus, every student is called to lead, practice Gospel values, especially love of God, neighbor, and self, to accept difficulties with courage, and to give good example. Students are encouraged to help those in need and to respond to the wider global community. In doing so, the child fosters personal worth, the growth of relationships and the establishment of the climate necessary for effective learning. The parish community shares responsibility for providing Christian witness, resources, and leadership, which support the educational mission. The educational process is not simply a human activity; it is a genuine Christian journey toward perfection. Our goal is to guide our students on their journey. We can help them to be happy, functioning members of their family and their school community by setting a Christian example and setting reasonable limits.
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Student Teacher Ratio
12 : 1
45% Male / 55% Female
Percentage of Student Body
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