Blessed Sacrament School is a Catholic school. Our purpose is to support the Catholic Church in spreading the Gospel values of Jesus Christ. We view parents as the child’s primary educators, in a partnership with teachers as the facilitators of learning. Together, we strive to nurture the whole child spiritually, academically, emotionally, and socially in a loving environment. Our vision as agreed upon by the stakeholders is as follows: "Blessed Sacrament Catholic School is our school of choice because of its faith formation, academic excellence, vibrant community, and strength of character education."
Blessed Sacrament School is accredited by WCEA, Western Catholic Educational Association (www.westwcea.org). The Western Catholic Educational Association is a private educational accrediting agency established under the auspices of the Bishops of the Catholic (Arch) Dioceses of California.
The mission of WCEA is to promote quality Catholic education for students in the member elementary and secondary schools through an accrediting process that assures the primacy of faith formation and educational excellence. The major purpose of this agency is to coordinate the accreditation process by assisting schools in their self-evaluative programs, to establish general standards for excellence, to grant WCEA Accreditation, and to cooperate formally with regional accrediting organizations as determined by the WCEA Board of Directors.
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