Religious education initiates students into the heart and beauty of Catholic Christian teaching centered on the life of Jesus and the values of His Gospel.
Literacy/Language Arts is the process through which a learner independently applies the appropriate strategies to read, write, listen, speak, and think in order to gain or communicate meaning.
St. Bernadette School’s Social Studies curriculum encourages students to see themselves as part of a larger community. The studies of communities evolve through the grades and include families, classrooms, cities, countries and the world.
The study of Spanish language and culture is introduced in the pre-kindergarten classes and continued through the grade levels to grade 8.
Students experience opportunities to enjoy and be fulfilled by their own creativity and self-expression through a variety of interactive experiences.
The computer education program encompasses a comprehensive approach to developmentally appropriate technology skills.
The science curriculum is designed to introduce three major content areas: specifically, physical science including physics and chemistry, earth and space science, and life science or biology.
Incremental development, continual review and frequent cumulative testing are the pillars of the Mathematics program that is at the core of St. Bernadette School’s mathematics curriculum.
The main objective of Physical Education at St. Bernadette School is for the children to understand the human body’s potential for movement in order to enjoy a lifetime of physical activity.