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The center of any Catholic school is faith. At Blessed Sacrament School, that means teaching students to be morally and ethically grounded, to be good stewards of the earth, to serve others, and to respect life and the dignity of every person, while also providing opportunities for students to share and live their faith.
In addition to school Masses, Blessed Sacrament School participates in school-wide community service projects monthly. For example, the whole school participated in baking pumpkin pies for the Rescue Mission in November.
While service and leadership are two aspects the faculty and students focus on every day, it’s Christ who is at the center of the school.
Faith guides us in everything we do. We are the culmination of all of those things coming together to create outstanding people – people of faith, who are here for one another, who serve one another, and who are kind and respectful to one another.
From monthly Mass and weekly Adoration to recitation of our Personal Responsibility Pledge every morning and the Act of Contrition prayer every afternoon, the students at Blessed Sacrament have many opportunities to engage in faith.