As a community of faith, St. Joseph Schools philosophy and mission is rooted in Catholic doctrine. Students are prepared to be productive Christian citizens who seek truth and respect others. The ultimate goal of the school is to integrate faith and learning in order to develop the whole person: soul, mind and body. St. Joseph School is committed to the formation of the human person with respect to his final goal God--as he fulfills his obligation to develop the intellectual and physical skills needed for the challenges of life. St. Joseph School seeks to develop adults of faith and intelligence, persons who have the courage to seek out the truth and follow it, persons who see God and respect Him in themselves and their fellow men. Ultimately, the goal is that of true education; that is, to develop the whole person---soul, mind, and body. St. Joseph School strives to integrate faith, learning, and living. Our goal is to form the total person in faith, education, and service.
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