Saint Laurence School at a Glance

Saint Laurence School is a welcoming community embracing the variety of gifts and needs each student has to offer. We strive to build self-confidence, responsibility, and a love for learning in each student. We consider each student unique and full of potential. Here at Saint Laurence School young people learn the importance of education and strive to incorporate all aspects of learning into their daily life. Jesus Christ is the very center of our life and it is through him that we learn and grow.

Here is what we offer:

  • Committed to the teachings of Jesus Christ and his Church
  • Dedicated teachers and staff
  • Fosters the practice of virtue, prayer and service
  • Home to over 410 students of diverse cultures
  • Grades Pre-K to 8
  • Comprised of students from St. Laurence, St. Alice and St. Philomena Parishes
  • Welcoming students from neighboring school districts and parishes
  • Rich in diversity of ethnic backgrounds
  • Classrooms ranging in size from 20 to 30 students
  • Offering music, art, gym, computer and library skills in addition to the core curriculum
  • Variety of menus for school lunches
  • After school activities/clubs

Saint Laurence School Mission Statement

Guided by the teachings of Jesus Christ, Saint Laurence School strives to respectfully recognize, celebrate, and educate its diverse school community. We are committed to academic excellence through a positive and challenging learning environment. We seek to develop the whole child, integrating Catholic values of service and respect for all God’s people. Through steadfast prayer and diligent work, our students will develop the skills to succeed as a 21st century learner.


We believe that:
• Christ is the reason for the existence of our school.
• Prayer is an essential part of the school.
• The teaching of Christian values is vital to personal growth.
• Cultural diversity enriches and strengthens our school community.
• Each child is unique and capable of learning through varied instructional practices.
• A safe environment is crucial to the learning process.
• Peacemaking promotes compassion to help children see the world through God’s eyes.
• High standards must be maintained through a system of accountability for all students, parents, faculty, and staff.