St. Joseph Catholic School is a Christ-centered community of life-long learners. In accordance with the philosophy of Catholic School education and the Diocese of Oakland, the philosophy of St. Joseph School is based on teachings rooted in Catholic traditions and scriptures and is reflective of the Christian community at St. Joseph School. Catholic education strives to spread the Good News of Gods all embracing love by the light of faith. St. Joseph School aspires to promote the Christian growth of each child as he/she develops spiritually, morally, intellectually, socially, culturally, and physically. The parents, as primary educators of the childrens moral and religious development, are an integral part of the community life at St. Joseph School. Active parent involvement at the school is required. All families admitted to the school as active parishioners are expected to actively participate in the sacramental life of the parish. All other families are also encouraged to participate. Each child is valued and respected as a unique individual and as a member of Gods family. The school faculty appreciates its special vocation as Christian educators. Aware of the diversity of Gods gifts, they encourage the children to develop and enhance their unique talents. The academic program is taught in a Christian environment that fosters sound Catholic values and positive responses to the complexities of modern day society.
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