Mission Statement

St. Augustine School develops the whole person, promotes Gospel values, inspires a love of learning, and upholds academic excellence in a nurturing community


St. Augustine School creates a strong spiritually centered community, living the Catholic/Christian virtues expressed through worship and service. It values the collaboration of all members of the community: Bishop, parents, alumni, students, administration, faculty, and staff. By modeling respect for all, especially in a diverse student population, the school invites all members of the community to actively participate in a faith-filled campus life.

St. Augustine School creates a dynamic academic environment where the love of learning and the pursuit of creative ideas are regularly perused. Committed and qualified faculty will emphasize high academic achievement while exploring the quest for wisdom.

St. Augustine school commits itself to provide a financially stable school where students are nurtured, respected, and encouraged to become service oriented members of the local community. St. Augustine school creates a positive atmosphere that heartens the human spirit, values the whole person and supports family value

Interested in St. Augustine High School call 724-8131 to schedule an appointment with a school administrator. If you are interested in St. Augustine Elementary or Middle School call 724-1176.



March 1-7, 2015

In St. Paul’s Letter to Romans 8:31-34 this Sunday it assures us that “If God is for us, who can be against us? He who did not spare his own Son but handed him over for us all, how will he not also give us everything else along with him?”  What a comfort that in spite of all our sufferings and difficulties, God offers us the gift of his Son’s presence and intercession.  If our belief, love and trust are strong, we can hope for a myriad of surprising blessings. “God is good; God is great.”

One way to grow in our spiritual life, is to take just one little nugget from the Scripture readings and hold it close to our heart during the week.

This week we celebrate the wonderful life and legacy of Mother Katherine Drexel, the second American
born canonized by the Church in 2000.  St. Katherine was born in Philadelphia, PA and was an heiress, philanthropist, religious sister, educator and foundress of the Blessed Sacrament Sisters.  She dedicated her fortune and life to the Native Americans and Afro-Americans. 

St. Casimir was a crown prince of Poland.  He was known for his charity and justice. His great love for the Eucharist prompted others to follow his example.

Two courageous mothers of the third century, Perpetua and Felicity, held strongly to their faith and were beheaded in the Roman arena.  One of these women was a noble woman of Carthage in North Africa and the other was a slave woman.   Both were equal in their Christian faith and stood side by side in martyrdom.
May Jesus bless you generously this Lent,
Sister Rosemarie Goins
Spiritual Director