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About Us

Our History

St. Christopher School opened in September 1955.  The school began with classrooms for grades 1 through 3.  Over the years, the school has grown into a double grade school serving students in grades K-8. 


Our campus includes two classrooms each for kindergarten through 8th grade, a learning lab, science lab, gymnasium, library, multipurpose room, playground, and extended care center. 


We are blessed to have access to the parish facilities and a beautiful, traditional Catholic church.​

Mission & Philosophy


St. Christopher School is dedicated to educating children to become faith-filled leaders who serve God, consider their actions, and step up.



Established in 1955, St. Christopher School is a Catholic educational community within St. Christopher Parish. Parents, as the primary educators of their children work with clergy, administration, faculty, and staff to develop the whole child: spiritually, academically, socially, and physically. Centered on the message of Jesus Christ, the school promotes the growth of students’ faith life, community responsibilities, and individual talents.

Learning Expectations

St. Christopher School students:


Serve God as faith-filled Christians who

  • Participate regularly in prayer, sacraments, and worship

  • Understand the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church


Consider their actions as true leaders who

  • Respect the gifts of self and others

  • Work cooperatively and collaborate to solve problems and create solutions

  • Take an active role in serving the community


Step up as active learners who 

  • Exhibit a strong foundation in all subjects

  • Use study, research, and technology skills ethically and effectively 

  • Demonstrate exceptional communication skills

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