From the moment the doors open, students and faculty alike adopt an attitude of “serviam” (I will serve) in everything we do.
Students gather for breakfast in the gymnasium each morning. Breakfast is vital to the start of a successful day.
Homeroom offers time for students to gather with their classmates, recite the Serviam pledge, and prepare for the day.
Preparing our students for high school begins with the required common courses needed for admission into any college preparatory high school.
It is in playing, and perhaps only in playing, that the child is free to be creative” - D.W. Winnicott
Prayer is the key of the morning and the bolt of the evening.
- Mahatma Gandhi
There is something profoundly satisfying about sharing a meal . . . [it is]one of the oldest and most fundamentally unifying of human experiences.
- Barbara Coloroso
Committed to educating the whole person, Serviam incorporates daily physical education as well as classes that focus on health and nutrition, life and study skills, and preparation for high school.
After snack, daily study hour is dedicated towards getting extra help and completing homework.
The last of hour of the school day is dedicated to the activities, clubs, and sports of the student's choice.
The school day ends at 5:00pm. Students return to their families with full heads and happy hearts.
Enrichment programs are provided on a ten week schedule, and students choose the activity in which she wishes to participate for each cycle, allowing her the opportunity to explore her interests and find something that ignites her passion.
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