ABOUT ST. PATRICK SCHOOL
Saint Patrick School exists to educate all students to be the light of Jesus in every interaction through a Christ-centered academic environment.The community of Saint Patrick Catholic School invites every student to have a daily life-changing encounter with Jesus Christ.
QUALITY IS A LIFESTYLE
In 1995, Saint Patrick School became a fully accredited school by the Michigan Association of Non-Public Schools (MANS), when it met the rigorous requirements for holding this endorsement.
Saint Patrick School has a teaching staff that is fully certified by the State of Michigan. Each teacher possesses the experience and education necessary to provide the best in quality education to meet the needs of each student.
Saint Patrick School is built upon the idea that education should take place in a friendly, but disciplined environment, supported by their family, and rooted in the Catholic faith. With our smaller class sizes, we can assure that students will receive the extra attention they need to succeed. Come visit our campus and discover a school deep in tradition, rich in academic challenges, and dedicated to building mind, body, and soul.
Saint Patrick School is a Christ-centered, Spirit-filled, solid Christian community. Students are immersed in the Scriptures, and our curriculum is built upon our faith. Students encounter Jesus Christ in every class, every day. Students are taught Catholic doctrine in an atmosphere that reflects love, care, and respect for the uniqueness of each person. Our teachers are dedicated to teaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ. These values are woven throughout the curriculum and acted upon through many opportunities for Christian Service.
Some of the programs that reflect our commitment to spiritual development are:
Daily prayer as a school, in the classroom, in small groups and as individuals.
We encourage daily reading and memorization of Scripture.
Catholic religious formation and sacramental preparation
Students attend Mass weekly and participate in special liturgies such as Mother of Perpetual Help Devotions and Rosary Processions.
Seasonal liturgical activities include our Living Nativity and Living Stations of the Cross
Students participate in Mass as the altar servers, lectors, bringing forth the offerings, singing in our choir and greeting guest at the door.
Students are also encouraged to participate in monthly service project.