About

Mission Statement

Christ the Teacher Catholic School’s mission is to serve our community by nurturing the academic, spiritual, moral, social, and physical development of our students. With Christ as our model, we foster an atmosphere of mutual respect and cooperation among students, parents, faculty, and staff. We honor our students by embracing their individual gifts and talents through worship, education, service, and stewardship.

We believe in…

Centering our lives around Christ through prayer, practice and praise.
Teaching and modeling the Word of God.
Treating self, others and the environment with respect.
Celebrating individual gifts and talents, and
Serving Christ by serving others.

Catholic Education

How does a Christ the Teacher Catholic School education transform a student’s life? Christ the Teacher students graduate knowledgeable in the faith, confident, grounded, and prepared for high school. Vibrant, challenging, and innovative programs in faith development, academics,  the arts, and athletics contribute to independent, critical thinkers prepared to be responsible stewards of the world. They learn the values of honesty, justice, compassion, respect, and service.  CTTCS students  expressed their view of a Catholic education as:

  • “one which has taught me to be a good leader with a love of service and value for education”
  • “an environment which provides a good balance of academics, athletics, faith experiences, service opportunities, and other extra-curricular activities”
  • “a setting that has taught me the important role that preparation, organization, teamwork, and perseverance play in being successful”
  • “My CTTCS experience has taught me by allowing me to explore my faith and grapple with some of the tough questions that face young people today.”

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