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.
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