Founded by the Venerable Rev. Basil Moreau, the Congregation of Holy Cross serves in universities, secondary and primary educational institutes, parishes, and missions. Holy Cross School remains loyal to its lineage by striving to never “educate the mind at the expense of the heart.”
The religious formation of children is the primary reason for existence of Catholic schools. Therefore, Holy Cross School’s religious education program is of special curricular importance. Prayer is an important part of the day. It begins and ends each day and is experienced daily in religion class. All children have the opportunity to celebrate liturgy together at least once a week. Mass is scheduled most Thursdays at 8:10 am. Parents, guardians, grandparents and friends are invited to attend school liturgies. Our students gain a rich understanding and appreciation for the life of faith. Students are instructed in the wisdom of good stewardship of their gifts and talents. They assist their school community by ministering as altar servers, choir members, and lectors.
While Holy Cross School was founded by the Congregation of Holy Cross to educate in the Roman Catholic Tradition, we welcome and respect students of all faiths and backgrounds.