Rooted in the values of the Catholic Church, Rosarian Academy welcomes all faiths, as spirituality is at the heart of everything we do. Our administration, staff, faculty and community leaders have created excellent opportunities for students to learn about and participate in spiritual practices, enriching their campus experience.
We believe balanced lifestyles encompass a foundation in spirituality. Students are inspired to go beyond themselves, participate in sacred activities, engage in prayer and meditation, and embody Catholic values.
Students’ spiritual participation is defined in interactive ways, including:
- Monthly school Mass led by each grade level 2-8
- Researching and becoming saints for a day
- Guided monthly meditations and participation in the Middle School “Religion Bee”
- Open prayer in the Rosary Chapel every Wednesday at 7:30 a.m.
- Prayer at the flagpole in front of the school every Friday at 7:30 a.m.
- Communion Mass, led by 2nd graders, in celebration of receiving the sacrament of First Communion, followed by a “Breaking Bread” celebration
- May Crowning prayer service and living Rosary
- Beginning classes with prayer
- Pairing Lower and Middle School students with big brothers and big sisters, as part of our School Family program
- School Family gatherings for spiritual-focused craft projects
- Children’s House weekly chapel