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Our Faith

Dear Friends,

Thank you for considering a Catholic education for your child. It is one of the most beautiful gifts you can give.

In our Catholic schools, students learn more than reading and writing, science and math. Those subjects are essential, and we strive to provide every student with an outstanding education. But our deepest aim is to help our young people to know Jesus and walk in friendship with him for the rest of their lives. Because when we know Jesus, we meet the living God. We find the answers to the questions that are born in every human heart: Who am I? Where did I come from and where am I going? What does God want from me? What path should I follow to find happiness?

Our students learn the answers to those questions, in addition to gaining a world-class education. Our schools are forming students to be disciples and leaders in society, men and women who want to do beautiful things for God and make the world a better place, using their knowledge and expertise, always guided by their Catholic faith.

I hope that you will join us and become members of our Catholic school community.
May God bless your children and your families and may Blessed Mary always keep you all in the mantle of her love.

Most Reverend José H. Gomez
Archbishop of Los Angeles

Archbishop Gomez smiling before a crowd

Students participate in the sacraments, including Masses, as well as religious instruction, daily prayer, and religious celebrations throughout the year.

Archbishop Gomez in church with a class of students

Catholic schools are faith-based communities where the belief in God is part of the everyday environment. We focus on the development of the whole person and model Christian values. All schools are committed to providing an academic education that integrates Catholic values across the curriculum.

Our Catholic schools foster:

  • Love for God and neighbor and a deep understanding of one’s purpose in life.
  • Self-discipline and high moral standards to help students develop strong character.
  • A heart for service and a commitment to the well-being of the community.

In addition, we believe that parents are the primary educators and are important partners in the spiritual, intellectual, and emotional development of their children. 

We welcome all students, both Catholic and non-Catholic, to experience the beauty and richness of a Catholic education. 


A Catholic school’s mission is to develop the sense of the true, the sense of the good, the sense of the beautiful. Pope Francis