Huron Valley Catholic School
Coed: Grades PreK-8
We are an independent Catholic school for students in grades PreK-8. For over twenty years Huron Valley Catholic School has provided a nurturing and faith-filled environment where students can grow and learn. We believe that the academic and moral formation of our young go hand-in-hand. Our dedicated staff and faculty are deeply committed to the spiritual, intellectual and social development of each student.
Through our carefully chosen curriculum we strive to cultivate values and skills most important in life. Our teachers making learning fun and stimulating, creatively presenting material that is meaningful.
The essential curriculum is traditional. Basic skills are emphasized, with instruction given in grammar, phonics, spelling math, traditional American history, geography, and use of the scientific method. Also important is the cultivation of study and organizational skills.
We teach our students to become active, life-long learners, and give them the basis for essential skills in critical thinking, problem solving, and communication. We believe that students learn differently, thus, our teachers use many proven educational methods to reach students and meet objectives.
Our whole curriculum aims to “relate all human culture eventually to the Good News of Salvation, so that the life of faith will illumine the knowledge which students gradually gain of the world, of life, and of mankind.” (Christian Education #8). Huron Valley Catholic School participates in the wider mission of the Church through proclamation of Christ in the light of the Scriptures, Catholic tradition, and through its academic, athletic and social programs.
In cooperation with the educational mission of the Catholic Church, our purpose is to form and develop the whole person as a reflection of the perfect person, Jesus, Son of God, in whom all human values find their fulfillment and unity. This includes the integral development of each child: spiritually, morally, intellectually, psychologically, socially, culturally, artistically, and physically.
As a Catholic school, the doctrinal elements reflect authentic Church teaching in union with the Pope and the Bishops.