St. Charles Borromeo is a faith community rooted in the Catholic tradition and the Gospel teachings, challenged to further their Baptismal call. Their Catholic education provides opportunities to grow spiritually and morally, develop intellectually, and promote positive social interactions.
To cultivate lifelong love of learning, teachers emphasize core academic skills using a sequential curriculum with exposure to different learning and cultural activities, thereby recognizing and working with student’s strengths and weaknesses.
Students start every day with a morning prayer and attend religion class daily. Prayers are also said at lunchtime and at the end of the day. Mass is celebrated weekly, on Holy Days and for other special reasons.
Teachers provide experiences that nurture students’ attitudes of accountability, self-worth, freedom and respect. In addition, they encourage students to be goal-oriented, helping them reach their full potential.
This K3-8 school emphasizes core academic skills using sequential curriculum with exposure to different learning and cultural activities.