The Catholic School is structured to encourage a spirit of cooperation and a state of shared responsibility.

Within the school, specific roles are prescribed for the Pastor (parish administrator), the Principal (school administrator), and parents (School Board members).

The Principal is responsible for the immediate direction of the school and its instructional program. Problems and questions concerning school should be directed at the Principal. However, specific problems concerning a particular subject, class, or behavior should first of all be discussed with the teacher.


The School Board functions as a group to advise the Pastor and Principal in making policy for educational programs. The Pastor and Principal work closely with the School Board in determining local policy. The Pastor has final approval of all board decisions.