CALLED BY A MISSION
Our Lady of Fatima Catholic School is sharing in the mission of the Sisters of Charity of Incarnate Word, fosters a faith-filled community of lifelong learners and compassionate leaders committed to living out Catholic values and following Jesus’ example through prayer, service, and love.
CALLED TO LEARN AND GROW
Guided by our school’s mission, our caring faculty and staff work to ensure that our students grow both spiritually and intellectually. Our curriculum, built upon a foundation of Catholic values, challenges our students, and lays the foundation for real-world experiences, transition to high school, and college-prep classes.
How Our Students Learn and Grow
Catholic identity throughout the school culture
Curriculum for grades PK3-8, including Fine Arts
Full and half day Montessori Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten
Two computer labs, including a STEM Lab
Social skills and conflict resolution integrated into the curriculum
Academic support provided by instructional coaching model for teachers
Access to after-school tutorials
Parish and school partnership
Learning about learning model for students and teachers.
The students have the opportunity to broaden their interests and challenge themselves in activities outside the classroom. Some of our students choose to serve our community through the National Student Council, National Junior Honor Society, Scouts, Leagues, while others share their talents participating in Soccer, Basketball, and Softball.
HOW WE PREPARE STUDENTS FOR THE FUTURE
Our students will be:
Faith Witnesses who:
º Pray and worship God
º Participate in a faith community
Lifelong Learners who:
º Use critical thinking and problem solving skills
º Recognize and develop habits of healthy living
Responsible Citizens who:
º Accept responsibility for their actions
º Respect human differences
Effective Communicators who:
º Work together to achieve a common goal
º Listen respectfully