St. Theresa Catholic School




  • Prepare for Mass, lectoring, greeting, writing and reading petitions
  • Actively participate in the liturgies
  • Altar Servers
  • Choir/Cantoring
  • Advent Prayer Service
  • Devotional Activities such as the Rosary, May Crowning, Stations of the Cross
  • Lenten observances
  • Opportunities to receive the Sacrament of Reconciliation (Confession)
  • Meditations
  • Participation in Mass on Holy Days
  • Daily classroom prayers
  • Grade level retreats
  • Daily religious education
  • School-wide morning prayer and Friday closing prayer
  • Weekly School Mass
  • Assisting Catholic charitable organizations

All students of Saint Theresa Catholic School, regardless of religious affiliation, participate in the religious life of our Catholic School community according to the guidelines of the Roman Catholic Church.




"The most important thing I learned is that you have to be a witness to your faith - you have to go out into the world and do something about your love for Jesus by serving those who need Him in their lives."

--McKenna Cassidy, 2012 Graduate


"The most important thing I have going to a Catholic School is that we all need a strong relationship with God, and even if we mess up, he will always be there."

--Amber Vaske, 2012 Graduate

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