• <i>St. Alphonsus Catholic School</i>
  • <i>St. Alphonsus Catholic School</i>
  • <i>St. Alphonsus Catholic School</i>
  • <i>St. Alphonsus Catholic School</i>
  • <i>St. Alphonsus Catholic School</i>
  • <i>St. Alphonsus Catholic School</i>
  • <i>St. Alphonsus Catholic School</i>
  • <i>St. Alphonsus Catholic School</i>

About Us

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Religious Instruction

The students of St. Alphonsus Catholic School receive direct Catholic religious instruction daily with a focus on scripture, prayer, and faith community experiences. Every day begins and ends with prayer. Both faculty and students model Christian behavior, embrace Christ’s message of infinite love and rejoice in the privilege of the mass. Students lead the weekly school masses by reading from the pulpit, singing in the choir, bringing up the gifts, and serving with the priest on the altar. Parents are encouraged to become participants in the faith community and in the weekly celebration of the mass.

Join the Spirit

  • Daily Religion Classes

  • Twice Daily, Student Lead Prayer & Pledge

  • Student Lead Weekly Masses

  • Blessing of the Classrooms & Students

  • Teachers “Inauguration as Catechist” Mass

  • Last Supper Reenactment

  • Christmas Pageant

  • Christmas Toy Collection for the Needy

  • Altar Servers in Grades 3 – 6

  • Monthly Support to the Lord Is My Help

  • Special Prayer Services during Advent and Lent

  • Celebration of the Rosary

  • Saints Walk

  • Blessing of the Pets

  • Grandparents Mass

  • Walk with Jesus

  • First Communion

  • Grade level service projects

  • School-wide service projects

  • Catholic Schools Week

  • Reconciliation

  • Stations of the Cross

  • Adoration

  • Children’s Choir

  • Too Good for Drugs

  • Passion Play

  • May Crowning

  • Bishops Mass

  • Faculty Retreat

  • 6th Grade Retreat

  • Christian World View

  • Passion Play

St. Alphonsus Catholic School…Where Faith and Knowledge Meet…