St. Theresa pursues the promotion of Catholic faith and values in the formation and education of its young people. Our religious and academic programs, that embrace the whole child, enable our students to grow in their baptismal commitment and share those Gospel values in the world in which they live. St. Theresa School exists as an integral part of Little Flower Parish, and as such, has as its primary mission to assist parents in the spiritual development of their children. In light of our parish patron, St. Therese, we seek to provide an atmosphere in the school that facilitates the growth of a faith that is simple, true, and unwavering. Directed toward the formation of human persons in view of their final end, the good of that society to which they belong, and in the duties of which they will, as adults, have a share, our curriculum is based upon a commitment to the holistic development of our children. The program of religious studies, academic curriculum, and system of discipline are designed to bring about our goals and objectives. It is the shared responsibility of the teachers and families at St. Theresa School to believe and practice this same philosophy and to cooperate to achieve the goals of the school.
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