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The Flame represents the Holy Spirit and the light of faith and knowledge. A lantern flame is also a traditional symbol of the Sisters of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary, founders of our Catholic schools.


“Following Christ”

St. John Paul II tells us; “at the heart of catechesis we find, in essence, a Person, the Person of Jesus of Nazareth, and the only Son from the Father…full of grace and truth, who suffered and died for us and who now, after rising, is living with us forever. It is Jesus who is the way, and the truth, and the life, and Christian living consists in following Christ, the sequela Christi.”



To inspire excellence by teaching the total person and fostering the following of Christ, as taught by the Catholic Church.


The Cross represents Christ. It is the focal point of our belief: Jesus died on the cross to redeem humanity. The cross calls us to offer our sufferings and sacrifices for God, family, and neighbors. At the foot of the cross is Mary.


St. John Paul II was well known for having a deep and abiding love for the Blessed Virgin Mary. His devotion to her was evident in all he did: his teaching, his prayer life, even his papal motto and coat of arms were dedicated to the Blessed Mother.

Totus Tuus – “I totally belong to you.”