A Catholic school is more than just a school with religious symbols, texts and weekly Mass attendance. In a truly Catholic school, spiritual growth is an integral part of all instruction. Whether in Math class, Social Studies or Theology class, Catholic ideals permeate student instruction. Instruction in the Catholic faith would not be complete without teaching our students to live that faith in their everyday lives. Students and staff put Catholic teaching into practice through projects which encourage students to examine and implement Catholic social teaching. Educators strive to use classroom management techniques which embody Gospel values and model those values to students.
Prince of Peace compliments contribution-based student Outreach projects with service learning initiatives designed to teach students how reaching out to “the least of their brothers and sisters” is an important part of Catholic teaching on social justice. We strive to include educators and parents in these projects to model for the students the importance of lifelong spiritual growth.