Cataldo Catholic School’s mission is to provide for the spiritual, intellectual, social, and physical growth of all students. The school is an integral part of the ministry of the Catholic Church, in partnership with St. Augustine, Sacred Heart, and the Cathedral Of Our Lady of Lourdes. As a community, parents, staff and pastors collaborate to develop and implement an educational experience that enables students to integrate Catholic faith, Tradition, and values throughout their lives.
Cataldo Catholic School is a faith community the recognizes and supports “parents as the most influential agents of catechesis for their children” (To Teach as Jesus Did, Section 52, NCCB, 1973). The school community provides a Christ-like atmosphere where students develop their God-given potential and learn to respect the dignity of all. The community models the values and principles it instills in its students. Cataldo Catholic School provides reasearch-based programs necessary for the growth of the whole child.
A Cataldo Catholic School Graduate is:
A spiritual person who:
- is knowledgeable of Catholic faith, Traditions and doctrine.
- participates in a sacramental life.
- practices Catholic social teachings.
An intellectual person who:
- is a critical and independent thinker.
- is knowledgable of the sciences, humanities and arts.
- applies knowledge meaningfully.
- is an effective communicator.
A social person who:
- maintains healthy relationships with others.
- is self-evaluative, resilient, and resourceful.
- follows rules and is accountable.
A physical person who:
- practices personal hygiene.
- is knowledgable of fitness and nutrition.
- practices personal safety.