We, the Catholic school community of the Diocese of Saint Augustine, are called to provide a Eucharist-centered educational environment committed to high academic standards, faith development, and service, thereby inspiring discipleship in all students.
What We Believe
We must continue to build on our rich history of education in the diocese
We must respect the dignity of each individual within the school community
We must continue to develop our partnership with parents so that each student’s spiritual, intellectual, social, emotional, and physical growth will develop in an atmosphere which stresses Gospel values
The spiritual formation of the entire school community – students, faculty and parents – must be fostered
Worship, community, service, arts, self-discipline, character development, and academic excellence must be part of the school’s program
We must prepare our students to examine the implications of moral, social justice, and global issues in an ever-changing society
By our example, we must offer models of Christian witness to our students and the entire community
What should a graduate look like?
A Catholic school graduate is a knowledgeable, compassionate individual, dedicated to service and able to face the challenges of the future with faith, hope, and love.
Faculty & Staff
Schools and Centers
Choose Catholic School
It takes a team of individuals coming together to help educate thousands of children in our educational system. There is no doubt that our schools are filled with Catholic identity and high academic standards. There are 38 entities currently serving in seven of the seventeen counties that are the Diocese of St. Augustine.