United by the Holy Spirit, the St. Charles Borromeo school community advocates for a child's spiritual, emotional, and cognitive development to learn, worship, and serve thy neighbor while in relationship with Jesus Christ.
At St. Charles Borromeo School we strive to cultivate a lifelong love of learning and encourage our children to become caring, respectful, faithful and ethical citizens. Our curriculum will continue to be differentiated so that each learner is engaged in rich, meaningful work. Our school will continue to work to provide our students with a physically and emotionally safe environment so children have the confidence to take on new challenges and responsibilities.
The Gospel message of service is explained as a response to the Baptismal call to discipleship. Service opportunities exist school- wide with the guidance of faculty and staff, and the leadership of the Student Council and the National Junior Honor Society. Many service activities include: non- perishable food drives, Hugs for Kids, mitten tree, nursing home visits, used toys collection, Valentines for retirement homes, crosses for new parishioners, messages for soldiers, prayer partners, and money collections such as Homes for Haiti, Penny Wars and Operation Rice Bowl for the missions. Students have opportunities to reflect upon these service experiences and the positive effect the service has on others and themselves. We will continue to seek opportunities for our students to serve their community in meaningful ways while adhering to appropriate safety guidelines,
The St Charles Borromeo School community is faith filled and united by our love for God. The administration, faculty, staff, parents, and students strive to recognize the gifts in each member and embrace the goodness of those gifts. Through these efforts, our visible faith community is committed to witnessing God's love and living the teaching of Jesus Christ.