DEDICATED TO A VISION:
Share the Spirit! The fundamental purpose of Catholic Schools in the Archdiocese of San Antonio is to proclaim the Good News of Jesus the Christ. His news is one of challenge, love, and unity. His spirit is caught in the lives of students. Affirming that parents are the primary educators and partners of education, we prepare students to share the spirit of Jesus through community building, Christian acts of service, and word and worship. We commit to provide inspiring active learning and quality education so that all students share the Spirit of Catholic Education. The Vision Statement calls forth core beliefs that affirm the missionary dynamics of all Catholic Schools in the Archdiocese of San Antonio.
DEDICATED TO OUR MISSION:
FOSTER A CATHOLIC IDENTITY
We prepare students to encounter the Gospel of Jesus Christ and to bring Catholic teachings and values into their lives and the global world.
INVEST IN COMMUNITY BUILDING
We are committed to building a communal spirit that is the heart and reality of the Christian formation.
PROVIDE QUALITY EDUCATION
We teach knowledge and critical skills so that students function fully as citizens within a changing technological and multicultural community.
ENCOURAGE MORAL FORMATION
We lead by example in teaching moral values that encourage respect and responsibility.
We recognize the family as the basic faith community in which all members share as active participants in the educational process.
SUPPORT PARISH LIFE
We believe that the school contributes to the parish through the formation of students as active participants in the parish community.
We seek support and participation from those who share a common vision, mission, and philosophy.
SEEK EQUITABLE DISTRIBUTION
We are challenged to establish just distribution of resources to ensure quality and affordability to families and our church.
“Community is at the heart of all Catholic education, not simply as a concept to be taught, but as a reality to be lived . . . Your students will learn to understand and appreciate the value of community as they experience love, trust, and loyalty in your school and educational programs, and as they learn to trust all persons as brothers and sisters created by God and redeemed by Christ."
~Pope John Paul II
HOPE FOR THE FUTURE provides tuition assistance to families in San Antonio and the outlying communities who seek a faith-filled and rigorously academic education for their child or children at one of the 43 Archdiocese of San Antonio Catholic schools.
Blue Basil Group is coordinating signage sponsorships offering local businesses and corporations the opportunity to align themselves with and demonstrate their support for a Catholic education. Funds raised go to Hope for the Future, making a positive impact in our community one child at a time!
Our goal is to deliver results for marketing investments creating long term partnerships with our sponsors. Sponsorships are priced to be affordable and deliver outstanding exposure through out the year. Premium signage will be featured on property fences, in sports venues, auditoriums, cafeterias, and boulevard signs in parking lots. These venues are used by schools, parish events and CYO.
Sponsors may geographically target signage and participate in schools around their business or support our entire network of Catholic schools maximizing their exposure across all participating campuses.
Together, we can reinvest and reinvigorate the most important institutions in our communities: our schools.
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The 7th Annual Khaki & Plaid Gala will be held Saturday, January 23, 2016 at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center, Ballroom C. Enjoy a night of reuniting with former classmates and friends at the city's largest Catholic school gala, benefiting Hope for the Future and its tuition assistance program. We have something for everyone, a robust silent auction, live auction, decadent food and lively entertainment provided by The Nightowls.
Archdiocese of San Antonio
Department of Catholic Schools