St. Teresa Catholic School

Saint Teresa Catholic School


St. Teresa Catholic School has a fifty year history of providing outstanding academic opportunities which integrate instruction in the truths and traditions of our Catholic faith. Today, St. Teresa Catholic School remains steadfast in its commitment to harmoniously developing the spiritual, academic, social, and physical gifts of each student within a safe and caring environment. Spiritually, the St. Teresa Catholic School community strives to live the Gospel message through social justice, service, and ministry.

From the moment you arrive on the beautiful campus of St. Teresa Catholic School, you will discover a welcoming and compassionate environment of learning where students are thriving and succeeding. Beyond our school's exterior, lies an inner beauty that permeates and resonates within students through the learning of core values, education of faith, and a life on the greater good.

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Our Mission

Mission Statement

The mission of St. Teresa Catholic School is to provide a quality education that challenges and empowers students to develop to their full potential. Our program is based on Gospel values and Catholic traditions and is implemented in our Christ-centered community that stresses excellence for all students.




We will...  

  • Make the Gospel message the center and enlivening force of all that we do and teach.
  • Cultivate understanding of and appreciation for the dignity of eah individual, the need to serve and the respect for the rights of others.
  • Offer a program of religious formation that incorporates instruction in the truths and traditions of the Catholic faith, applies these truths in daily life, provides opportuniites for prayer/worship and prepares for the celebration of the Eucharist and other Sacraments.
  • Foster qualities that are essential to lifelong learnng: curiosity, self-confidence, persistence, self-discipline, critical-thinking skills, creative approaches to problem solving and the courage to make moral and just choices.
  • Enable students to acquire skills through a sequential program of learning in all areas and thus prepare them for the next level of their education.
  • Instill in students a sense of responsibility for thier own learning through the encouragement of personal accountability for the quality and prompt completion of assignments, respect for property and the environment and dedication to the peaceful resolution of conflict.
  • Meet individual student needs through regular assessment, enrichment activities, peer tutoring, a variety of learning opportunities and extracurricular activities.
  • Prepare students to meet the challenges of living in a technological and global society, and develop skills to responsibly access, interpret, organize and communicate information from a variety of multimedia sources.
  • Enrich our curriculum through a variety of artistic activites and cultural experiences.
  • Provide a program of physical education and health awareness that motivates students to adopt healhty, physically active lifestyles. 

Featured Events

The Living Stations
The Living Stations will be portrayed by our students in grades 7 and 8 on Wednesday, April 16 at 10:00 A.M. in the c

PreK-3 and VPK Roundup
PreK-3 and VPK Roundup will  be held on Tuesday, April 15th  at 6:00 P.M. in the Media Center. Free child c

Evening of the Arts
The Evening of the Arts will be on Thurs., May 1st in the Parish Center. 

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Titusville Christmas Parade
St. Teresa Catholic School won the "Grand Champion" award for our float in this year's parade. Thank you to all who helped and walked in the wonderful parade!
Catholic Schools Week
Catholic Schools Week will begin on Sunday, January 26, 2014.  We will have a weeklong celebration "Catholic Schools ~ Communities of faith, knowledge and service".
Irish Farewell to Sisters
The Knights of Columbus will have a spaghetti dinner on Saturday, February 8, 2014 for Sisters of Mercy Sr. Kathleen O'Brien and Sr. Hilda Cleary.  Everyone is welcome to wish them well in their retirement years.