Award Year: 2020

Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary School

6393 Belmont Avenue NE
Belmont, MI, 49306-9701

(616) 361-5483

Mr. Domenic Joseph Franconi, Principal at time of Nomination

Diocese of Grand Rapids

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Assumption is dedicated to nurturing a joyful community of faith. Our goal is to promote the Good News of Christ within a rigorous academic environment.

Student Demographics
  • Black/African American: 2%
  • White: 91%
  • Asian: 5%
  • Two or more races: 2%
Servant leaders sharing the gift of knowledge.

Servant leaders sharing the gift of knowledge.

Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary School is located in Belmont, Michigan. Our highly qualified faculty and staff is dedicated to creating a Christ-centered, supportive community of learners in pursuit of academic excellence. Using innovative teaching techniques, student collaboration, and technology, we seek to promote the mutual exchange of each child's God given gifts. Assumption School graduates are prepared for a fully human life and for the life of the world to come. Assumption graduates are known for their love and commitment to Jesus's call to use their talents to serve their communities always inspired and guided by the Gospel.

We strive for an atmosphere where the love for Jesus and the Catholic faith are apparent in every room and venue associated with Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Catholic School. We work toward an environment of respect among our students, staff, parents, and neighbors. This creates an ideal setting for our students to grow in their relationship with Jesus, first and foremost, while preparing them academically to succeed in the future. Thus, each student will become the person God created them to be.

Assumption students will foster a keen awareness of the sacredness and dignity of human life through mutual respect, modesty, and service to others. Students' outward appearance and interactions reflect their desire for a virtuous life and contribute to positive peer relationships. They are provided with opportunities to be the hands and feet of Christ in their homes, at school, in our local community and the world.