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Profile of Graduates


The goal of Saint Andrew Catholic School is to graduate students who possess the knowledge and skills needed to work in the 21stcentury and with values rooted in the Catholic faith.  When students have completed our educational program they will:


  • Transfer learning and problem-solving skills across all subject areas
  • Possess the skills to be academically successful in high school, college, and career
  • Embed a desire to always do their personal best
  • Demonstrate a proficiency in mathematical applications and scientific processes
  • Understand and use literature and the arts as a means to understand and view society and culture, and a way to express ideas and emotions
  • Know world geography, including the locations of major world regions and cultures, as well as human and environmental interaction
  • Understand the historical development and contemporary beliefs, values, and characteristics of major world cultures
  • Use technology to continue learning outside the classroom
  • Transfer learning to real life situations and be able to collaborate with peers for solutions to problems


  • Think critically, decide morally
  • Read, comprehend, apply, analyze and evaluate various text and materials
  • Develop critical thinking skills and problem solving techniques that enhance the ability to form logical conclusions and make informed decisions


  • Practice the faith, and be proactive in the parish and community
  • Continue to voluntarily participate in acts of Christian service to others
  • Display a positive attitude and a good sense of humor
  • Demonstrate self-awareness and self determination
  • Demonstrates mastery of communication skills; reading, writing, listening and speaking
  • Possess a clear understanding of the essential truths of the Catholic faith that will contribute to spiritual growth and authentic conviction of beliefs
  • Articulate spiritual conviction clearly and fully understand the Gospel message
  • Demonstrate self-discipline, dependability, commitment and self-evaluation on completing responsibilities
  • Appropriately apply biblical principles and knowledge to facts, theories, and ethical issues in all areas of education and life