Dear Servite Community,
We are proud to participate in National Catholic Schools Week – a celebration of Catholic education observed around the country since 1974. The annual event lasts one week beginning on the last Sunday in January. This year it is observed from January 26th until February 1st.
This year’s theme, “Catholic Schools: Learn. Serve. Lead. Succeed”, focuses on four points that have been emphasized since the founding of Servite High School in 1958.
Learn: Servite has always been a place of learning. Over the years, we have developed the ideal environment to ensure our students live up to their potential with regard to academics, intellect, wisdom, character, and who they will ultimately become. Servite students become critical thinkers equipped for further education, future employment, and a life of faithfulness and virtue.
Serve: We instill the importance of devoting ourselves to serving others in accordance with the charism of the Servite Order, preparing young men to be active contributors in their communities. Together we serve our own Servite family in many ways including providing access to Catholic education with nearly three million dollars in financial aid every year.
Lead and Succeed: Every day we carry out our mission to form faith-filled leaders who are prepared to succeed in college, in life, and with confidence to overcome growing challenges. Servite provides the kind of Catholic education young men need now more than ever. In a world where the right way is often the hard way, we stand together, never compromising beliefs, values, and traditions.
In the spirit of National Catholic Schools Week, there are many activities taking place at Servite this week including celebration of Mass, a Teacher’s Appreciation Luncheon, prospective student opportunities, and much more.
I invite you to follow along on social media as we highlight many activities of the week and student perspectives that exemplify the best of Catholic education.
Thank you for journeying with us and being part of making Servite great.
Servite High School President