By embracing Gospel values, Blessed Sacrament School guides students in developing "spiritual growth, academic achievement, and personal responsibility through prayer, study, and service."
- White: 96%
- Asian: 3%
- Two or more races: 1%
- Economically Disadvantaged: %
Blessed Sacrament School takes pride in fostering the Catholic faith in its students and in providing an excellent academic program for all learners.
The mission of Blessed Sacrament School is to encourage children to embrace the Gospel values of Jesus Christ and to prepare for life as active Catholics in the Church and in the world. We develop spiritual growth, academic achievement, and personal responsibility through prayer, study, and service to others.
The dedication of the parish, parents, administration, faculty, and staff leads to accomplishing this mission. The solid tradition of the Catholic faith is passed on to students through religion classes, worship, and the incorporation of the faith in every school activity. Following Christís teachings, students perform community service, strengthening their faith and the connection with the community.
Excellence in academics is driven by a commitment to student learning. Through the implementation of research-based methods, each child is nurtured and encouraged to meet his/her potential. Strong faculty collaboration results in the constant improvement of instructional strategies, data-driven decision making, and the use of technology by students and teachers. Teachers employ differentiated instruction, tiered assignments, and Response to Intervention to meet the varying abilities of students.
Blessed Sacramentís nearly 100-year history is a testament to how dedicated the school is to staying at the forefront of quality education. Always keeping the needs of children central with a focus on spiritual growth, academic achievement, and character development ensures that Blessed Sacrament will continue to offer high-quality education for years to come.