The St. Stanislaus Parish proudly supports St. Stanislaus School, a K-8 Catholic grade school, rooted in tradition, and demonstrating progressive ideas. The updated facilities are located in beautiful Wardsville, Missouri, just minutes from the Jefferson City Capitol. Catholic education is an expression of the mission entrusted by Jesus to the Church He founded. Through education the Church seeks to prepare its members to proclaim the Good News and to translate this proclamation into action. The administration, faculty and staff recognize the importance of the mission entrusted to us by Jesus and three-fold purpose of Christian education: message, community, and service. At baptism, parents promise to raise their children in the faith. St. Stanislaus School supports parents as primary educators and partners with them in the total educational process of developing the whole child. Preparing our students for life today and beyond presents more demanding challenges than ever before. Students need not only critical thinking skills and problem solving skills, but successful models of education that exemplify community and faith building rooted in the Roman Catholic tradition. Here at St. Stanislaus School we strive to meet these challenges and share a vision with parents of educating children to be life long learners as well as active community members.
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