It is the mission of St. Vincent de Paul Catholic School to develop students to their fullest potential in an environment permeated with Gospel values.
We the members of the Saint Vincent de Paul Catholic community firmly believe:
Children learn best in a comfortable, nurturing environment where they feel safe, secure, and valued.
All children should be given the opportunity to achieve their full potential through instruction in the Catholic tradition and the academic disciplines to achieve intellectual competence and to learn service to others as modeled by Jesus Christ.
The partnership of parents and teachers working together greatly enhances a child's success in school.
All children deserve a school that challenges them to develop as life-long learners with self-respect, self-confidence, and self-discipline.
To encourage the building of a strong faith-filled community among the students, faculty, administration, parents, and parishioners. The school fosters the spiritual development of the students, faculty, administration, parents, and parishioners. Instruction in the Catholic tradition and the academic disciplines is based on the development of service to Jesus Christ.
To nourish a close-knit parish school community of members who are supported and guided; a community that is marked by shared enthusiasm for living and learning expressed through caring, respect, and courtesy that results in a happy, purposeful environment for all. Through an education permeated with Gospel values, the students are empowered to make intelligent, moral decisions that result in the development of life long learners with self-respect, self-confidence and self-discipline.
To offer a program of studies that will provide all students with a religious foundation, strong academic background, and an introduction to the arts, so that students will come to value faith, discipline, imagination, order and discovery. It is the mission of Saint Vincent de Paul Catholic School to help students of the parish develop a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, a strong sense of worth and a commitment to serve the Church and society. The belief is that students should be challenged in all areas of development to achieve intellectual competence.