Corpus Christi School

About Corpus Christi

About Corpus Christi
Mission Statement:

As a ministry of Corpus Christi Parish, Corpus Christi School is a Catholic community which nurtures and challenges its multi-faceted K-8 student body to develop life skills for spiritual, academic, social, and physical growth.


School Philosophy:

CORPUS CHRISTI SCHOOL is a Roman Catholic, educational community which supports parents, as the primary educators, in nurturing and developing the whole child.


As a faith community, Corpus Christi School is built on the values, beliefs and traditions of Catholic Education, guiding students’ spiritual, social, and moral development.


Emphasis is placed on challenging students academically, recognizing the need to develop the full potential and special talents of individual students while building life skills.

Corpus Christi School strives to fulfill it’s 21st century role by offering quality education, embracing diversity and promoting life-long service and citizenship.

Student Learning Expectations:

I. “Love and Serve God and Others” - Become a spiritually rooted individual who:

  • Demonstrates a knowledge of the Catholic faith and lives by Christian values        
  • Demonstrates respect for all of God’s creation
  • Acts justly to respect and protect the dignity of others
  • Practices tolerance, compassion, empathy, acceptance
  • Engages in the school’s faith community through worship and stewardship
  • Respects and studies other faith traditions and beliefs



II. “Love Learning” - Become an academically responsible individual who:

  • Masters core curriculum according to his/her abilities
  • Applies critical thinking skills to problem solve
  • Communicates written and spoken ideas effectively and in collaboration with others
  • Uses technology ethically, responsibly and effectively
  • Examines global events and respects diversity
  • Participates in and appreciates visual and performing arts



III. “Love One’s Self” - Become a self-aware individual who:

  • Cares for physical, spiritual and mental well-being
  • Demonstrates self-control and sportsmanship
  • Establishes and strives to meet achievable goals 
  • Advocates for academic and social needs
  • Demonstrates organizational skills
  • Develops age appropriate life skills for success in and out of the classroom