Faith & Service at St Edmond

St. Edmond Catholic School is rich in the traditions of the Catholic Church and welcome all students regardless of faith, who seek a Christ-centered education.  Throughout the school day our students are taught what it is to be a child of God and that each is a valued individual.   Whether it is in the classroom or on the playground they are taught the respect for each other following in the example of Jesus Christ.   

Each of our students, whether they are in elementary, middle or high school have the same theme running through their day while they are within the halls of St. Edmond.   During the school year there are many opportunities for our students to strengthen and live their faith.  By teaching our students in a Christ-centered environment, we are empowering them to be able to live strong lives with character and moral values, helping them to be grounded young adults during and long after they leave the safety of St. Edmond.
 
Students at St. Edmond will;
  • Learning about their faith in religion classes that focus on scripture, morality, Catholic/Christian teaching and Sacraments.
  • Celebrating their faith in liturgy and daily prayer.
  • Strengthen their faith through retreats.
  • Witnessing their faith through Christian service.
  • Weekly Masses for students in K-12.
  • Reconciliation three times during the school year.
  • Campus Ministry. 
  • Sacramental preparation for 2nd grade students for Reconciliation and Holy Eucharist.
  • Sacramental preparation for Confirmation students.
  • Gael Service Letter & Gael Service Cord Award program for high school students.
  • Youth Ministry groups that meet weekly for students in 6-1