Cross: Religion is not a subject, but a lens.  It provides prospective and enlightens our minds to understand every subject in every way.
Trivium: Grammar, Logic, and Rhetoric, the Three phases of learning in the classical model.
Eucharist: The Celebration of Mass, symbol of our sacraments, and our highest form of prayer.
Keys to the Kingdom: We equip students with the tools to be critical thinkers and problems solvers for life.
Book of Knowledge: Great books, like the Bible, allow us to think and feel the brilliance of history's most influential people.
Leaves of Victory: The palm branch is a symbol of victory, triumph, peace, and eternal life.
Ipsum Sanctus Sapientia: Smart, Holy, and Wise is our motto for what we desire for all students.
Established 1947: Our first classrooms opened in the basement of our first church, an army chapel.


Blue symbolizes heavenly grace and represents hope, good health and the state of servitude.  The Virgin Mary is often depicted wearing blue clothing.

Gold symbolizes what is precious and valuable, majesty, joy, and celebration.  The brightness of gold symbolizes the presence of God.

White symbolizes purity, virginity, innocence, virtue, and holiness.  It is the Catholic color for all high Holy Days of the Church.