Epiphany Catholic School is committed to achieving academic excellence through a curriculum designed to meet the spirtual, intellectual, physical, emotional and social needs of each student. The learning at Epiphany is a merging of Catholic values and academic precepts to form contributing and productive individuals. Students are taught that Christ's love and His teachings are paramount to their education. Christ is the center at Epiphany. We offer frequent opportunities for students to live their faith and personally express their relationship with God. As the central and defining example, Epiphany students gather every Friday and Holy Days for Mass and actively take part in the liturgy. Religion is not just a class for Epiphany students. God is invited to be a part of each child's daily life. The entire student body gathers each morning to begin the day in song and prayer. A thread of faith is woven through the entire curriculum. An Epiphany education builds an understanding of the world beyond the schoolyard. With emphasis on the basic virtues of respect & responsibility, self discipline, generosity, gratitude, empathy & compassion, cooperation, honesty, stewardship, peacemaking and friendship, Epiphany students become fine stewards of our Church, our community and our environment.
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