Our Mission Statement

St. Augustine Catholic School exists to build a strong spiritual and academic foundation for our students.  We foster spiritual development, creativity, and academic excellence according to the teachings of Jesus Christ, under the guidance of the Holy Spirit, and in communion with the Church.  We prepare our graduates to live their faith as lifelong learners and Christian steward.
Our Philosophy

The philosophy of St. Augustine Catholic School rests on the Christian concept of humanity, its destiny and the specific implications derived from this belief.  It is recognized that parents are the first and foremost educators of their children.  The Catholic school serves as an extension to the Christian family unit to assist the parents in fulfilling their obligations as the primary teachers of their children.


To provide opportunities for the religious and moral formation of each student. 
To emphasize a creative environment conducive of effective learning. 
To meet the spiritual, physical, emotional and educational needs of individual students 
To provide the best qualified available faculty and staff members. 
To strengthen the relationship between home, school and church. 
To provide effective methods of evaluation and testing programs which will measure each student’s growth 

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​Our Vision Statement

St. Augustine Catholic School is called through the teachings of Jesus Christ to provide a community of faith, an awareness of social justice, and a strong academic foundation.  We are faithful stewards of Catholic education, leading the way to a just, life-giving, and limitless future.
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Welcome to the beginning of a new school year.  We thank GOD for the opportunity to teach and nurture our students in order for them to become Christian leaders.