St. Alban Roe School welcomes students of all faiths and backgrounds. Our Catholic Identity is at the core of our mission to help each child fulfill his or her potential. We are an academic environment infused with the spiritual, historical, and social teachings of our Catholic faith. Students from Jr. Kindergarten through eighth grade are exposed to the Catholic faith daily through prayer, Mass, classroom instruction, and discussions. St. Alban Roe students grow in their relationship with the Holy Trinity through scriptural lessons and holy examples of our faith through the lives of the saints.
Our Catholic morals, values and ethics are the foundation of our faith and are evident throughout our school curriculum. Religion is a core subject with a celebration of weekly all school Mass and weekly level Masses. We develop a spiritual life for the students through a variety of liturgical celebrations, prayers, sacraments, daily religious formation, and service to the community in which they participate fully. A shared love of God helps our children learn and grow together. Our students, Junior Kindergarten through 8th Grade, participate in Faith Families, providing an opportunity to engage, celebrate, and worship together in multi-grade groups. Faith Families gather monthly and through ongoing devotional activities and community service, students build their faith through Catholic traditions and service to others. A shared love of God helps our children learn and grow together.
We are proud of our on-campus Saints Peter and Paul Chapel where our students can worship in a holy space.