1. By affirming a student's Catholic Christian identity through the religious atmosphere which permeates the total education system.
2. By upholding Gospel values as modeled through the actions of staff and students.
3. By imparting knowledge and skills that lead to the development of Christian attidudes toward life.
4. By aiding in the formation of students to see others as equal and worthwhile individuals; to be self disciplined and determined to be responsible and compassionate.
5. By realizing that the whole student is important. Therefore it is essential to provide a curriculum that puts emphasis on the development of the whole child: socially, empotionally, physically, intellectually, and spiritually.