Philosophy of Education

Saint Andrew School, as a Catholic Institution of Education, strives to promote friendly relations and foster a spirit of understanding among its students. Its educational goal is not only to further the salvation of souls, but also prepare its students to take their places in today’s society for the good of all humanityand the shaping of a better world. In consort with the parents, it is our aim to educate the whole child — spiritually, morally, physically, and academically.

Our Catholic education seeks to foster personal charity, generosity, and respect for the sacredness of all humanity. The goals for Saint Andrew’s are of two kinds:

Mission Statement

Saint Andrew Catholic School nurtures the Catholic faith, inspires academic excellence, and leads our students in a life of service to the Catholic Church and the greater community within a safe environment where every child is known and loved.

Personal Goals: based on the indiviual child’s needs for adequate physical care, recognition, acceptance, affection, effective use of leisure time, intellectual and cultural development, in a Christian atmosphere of caring and understanding.

Community Goals: based on the need for peace among nations, justice and charity among religious and ethnic groups.