Formation in faith and morals is the primary reason for the existence of Saint Andrew Catholic School. Not only is religion taught daily, faculty and staff seek to develop a school culture centered on Christ, faithful to His Church and the teachings and traditions of the Catholic Church.
The spiritual life is a life-long journey of growing in relationship with God. Children at Saint Andrew experience God during the school day, including religion class, daily prayer, adoration, a monthly rosary, weekly liturgy and various religious events throughout the year.
Spiritual growth is an integral part of all instruction. Whether in math class, social studies or religion class, Catholic ideals permeate student instruction. Instruction in the Catholic faith would not be complete without teaching our students to live that faith in their everyday lives.
Our Church Parish encourages our students to serve their faith community as:
Altar Servers (4th - 8th Grade)
Hospitality Ministers (5th - 8th Grade)
Lectors (6th - 8th Grade)
Eucharistic Ministers (8th Grade)
Choir Members (Preschool - 8th)