St. Michael School while partnering with parents and community, provides opportunities for students to embrace a rigorous program of studies as well as practice and model strong faith through community activism. We realize that by embracing individual differences and creating a sense of mutual respect, compassion and understanding, we will instill in all students, an enthusiasm for learning and a realization of their Christ-guided place in the world. St. Michael School provides the fullest and best opportunity to the student to realize the three-fold purpose of Christian Education: to teach doctrine, to build community and to serve all people. Realizing that this education prepares each for his place in life, St. Michael School offers a well-balanced program based on the spiritual, moral, intellectual, emotional, social and physical needs of the student. St. Michael School philosophy is reflected in the atmosphere of the school environment, in the parent/school relationship, in the curriculum, in extra curricular and enrichment activities and in school policies and procedures.
We follow the Arch Diocese of Hartford Curriculum
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