The mission of Shelby County Catholic School is to nurture faith, encourage intellectual growth, and inspire commitment to community by ensuring a distinctive, Christ-centered learning environment. We believe that Catholic schools exist to teach the tradition and doctrines of the Catholic Church and to live the Gospel message of Jesus Christ; parents are the primary educators, and that Catholic schools are partners with parents in the education of their children/adolescents; each child/adolescent in a Catholic school, regardless of race, cultural heritage, or gender, grows in self-esteem through the development of his/her talents, skills, and interests; Catholic schools will provide a warm, caring environment where children/adolescents will be challenged to learn the essential curriculum, regardless of learning rate or style; and all children/adolescents in Catholic schools learn the value of human dignity and the concepts of peace and justice to enable them to be involved participants in a global society.
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