Saint Hilary School Philosophy: Saint Hilary School is a community of faith which encourages and supports the role of parents as the primary educators of children. It is the joint responsibility of students, teachers, and parents to make Saint Hilary a faith-filled community where the purpose of education, helping students reach their potential, is enlivened by a Gospel spirit of charity.
We affirm that Catholic education encompasses the whole of human life: spiritual, intellectual, aesthetic, cultural, psychological, physical, and social.
Saint Hilary School fosters and provides for the growth of the whole person based on Christian values in all of these areas to the children under its care. Graduates are educated to recognize the need to pursue lifelong learning and to seek to acquire adult perspectives of Catholic principles and values so that they can become contributing members of family, Parish, civic community, and society.
Our Student Learning Expectations (SLEs) represent the type of person we hope our students will become as a result of the knowledge, guidance, and support that we provide. The following goals remind us that we are not only blessed with an opportunity to educate our students, but to nurture citizens of our community and our world.
Saint Hilary students are:
True Christians who:
Inspired Learners who:
Goal Setters and Achievers who:
Effective Communicators who:
Responsible Citizens who: