St. Wenceslaus
SERVICE & FAITH

FAITH

A strong and lasting relationship with God is an important key to a lifetime of peace and happiness. We pray, worship, study, and serve God as a school family. We focus on the whole person: intellect and soul.

Our school experience includes daily prayer, weekly student-led prayer services in the form of a Catholic Mass, classroom instruction, and faith-filled celebrations. We integrate virtues and values into our school day encouraging our students to grow into kind and caring people with dignity, respect, honesty, empathy, and forgiveness.

Students of all religious affiliations are welcome in our school and participate in all of our faith and virtue development opportunities.

SERVICE

We reach out to others through our school service learning projects. Students are taught that life involves care and compassion for needs in our community and around the world. We seek opportunities to lend a helping hand and make a difference where we can. St. Wenceslaus students participate in several school-wide service projects annually. Students fulfill individual service goals as well helping them to become more mature and aware of others rather than keeping the focus on themselves. This builds character and sets a tone for their adult years ahead.

“Faith in action is love, and love in action is service.”

-Mother Teresa

Our Latest
SERVICE & FAITH ACTIVITIES

Snowman Celebration

Snowman Celebration

Snowman Celebration2023  St. Wenceslaus School 5th and 6th graders are busy planning their games - so they can host this awesome party!. When: Tuesday, January 10 Time: 6-7:30 pm Where: St. Wenceslaus school gym  

Nativity Play

Nativity Play

Kindergarten NativityPlayThe weather did NOT cooperate for our performance this year. With an early release, we had to cancel the show. The students worked on a final dress rehearsal - and this was recorded. Enjoy!    

Cardboard Box City 2022

Cardboard Box City 2022

Cardboard Box City2022The boxes on our front lawn? St. Wenceslaus School 7th & 8th-grade students participated in Cardboard Box City to help identify with those among us in need.  The term Cardboard Box City refers to a temporary (one night) makeshift city, built...