At St. John the Baptist Catholic Church and School our vision is to send forth loving, concerned, educated disciples who integrate Catholic Christian values with their life experiences. Our Catholic school is an important ministry of our parish. The teachings of the Catholic Church, as well as gospel living, are intertwined into our curriculum and culture. Our academic program is rigorous and relevant, preparing students well as they move on to high school and beyond.
As an educational community, St. John the Baptist Catholic School is committed to supporting our families, engaging our students, and keeping our community together, and providing as safe a learning environment as possible for our students and staff. We will begin the school year with the traditional on-site classroom learning model. However, health and safety will be the key determining factors in our ability to offer on-site learning and a virtual option is available. All students, both on-site and virtual, will be learning five days a week, and teachers will continue to deliver high-quality instruction that is rigorous and developmentally appropriate for all students, in all learning settings.New Families
St. John the Baptist Catholic School offers many ways for students to get involved and increase a sense of belonging in school, church, and community. We encourage our students to respect themselves and others as God-given gifts to the world.
St. John the Baptist school welcomes you to share your gifts and talents. We invite you to volunteer for various events and activities which serve our students and build community among our families. Find out how you can get involved and support your school and church!
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Good and gracious God, we pray that the focus and foundation of our Catholic schools will always be the person of Jesus Christ.
May we remember that we are called to work together, as part of your universal Church, to build your kingdom in our midst.
Let each of our Catholic schools, no matter how large or how small— whether urban, suburban, or rural— be recognized by its commitment to excellence, its efforts to form the whole child, its hospitality towards all, and its intentional development as a community of faith, collaboration, trust, and love.
Help us to view every aspect of our world through the lens of the Gospel and the teachings of our faith, and let every member of our Catholic school communities become a visible example of what it means to put faith into action.