St. Joan of Arc School is a community where teachers, students and parents work together or a quality, Catholic education. At St. Joan of Arc School, students and teachers share more than a building, more than a pursuit of knowledge. Binding them together is a shared faith in the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. From the common belief in a loving Father, arise values which reach deep into every part of the curriculum. Values such as respect for self and others, concern for those who need help, a desire to alleviate suffering and loneliness, a deep realization that life has a meaning beyond the moment. The mission of St. Joan of Arc is to nurture faith, encourage intellectual growth and inspire commitment to community by ensuring a distinctive, Catholic, Christ-centered environment. The goals of St. Joan of Arc School are to provide a Catholic environment that encourages an appreciation of the uniqueness of each individual and recognition of his/her strengths and limitations. St. Joan of Arc School admits students of any color, national and ethnic origins to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at this school.
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