At Holy Rosary School, our faith is the cornerstone of who we are.
We believe that by learning how to become better models of Jesus Christ, we can be a light for others.
We begin and end our school day with student-led prayers.
Our school family attends mass on the First Friday of each month as well as on observed Catholic feast days.
Holy Rosary Church is connected to our school building and this is where masses are attended.
Students may participate in the mass by becoming altar servers, lectors, cantors, or gift bearers.
They may also participate in our music ministry by singing or playing an instrument for our school choir.
Students learn about and receive their sacraments, including First Holy Communion and First Penance.
Each year, our 8th Grade puts on The Nativity Play at Christmas and Living Stations during Lent.
Our 7th Grade puts on The Resurrection Play each year during our annual Spring concert.
Our 6th, 7th, and 8th Grade students create a "Living Rosary" during October, the month of the Holy Rosary.
While students have plenty of opportunities to learn how to live and model their faith, being of the Catholic faith is not a requirement to attend our school. Holy Rosary School welcomes students of all faiths.