BSS students receive a robust education on the teachings and traditions of our Catholic faith through daily religion class and recital of the Rosary and the Angelus during school prayer.
Our students also have the opportunity to celebrate and profess their faith by attending mass weekly with their class as well as attending regular family and schoolwide masses.
Each year, students in grade 2 are prepared with great diligence to receive the Catholic sacraments of First Reconciliation and First Holy Communion.
Every month, BSS highlights the extraordinary life and message of a different Catholic saint, incorporating their story into our classroom instruction, school assemblies and daily prayer offerings.
Jesus Christ is the center of all that we do at Blessed Sacrament. Religion is taught and put into action daily. Students attend Mass weekly and are actively involved in roles of service through monthly projects. They participate in school-wide prayer on a daily basis as well as regular study of scripture. Students are also prepared for First Reconciliation and First Holy Communion during school hours with parental participation.
Our school motto of “act justly, love tenderly and walk humbly with God" is represented in everything that we do.