St. Louise teaches the Six R's: the "traditional three", plus Religion, Respect and Responsibility. We seek to prepare our students for successful futures in and out of the classroom. In each subject, students not only learn content but also work on how to learn by utilizing study skills begun in the first grade. In doing so, we are promoting life-long learning.
St. Louise Parish School is state-certified and accredited by the Western Catholic Educational Association.
The St. Louise faculty and staff consist of 46 men and women dedicated to Catholic education. This includes our 27 skilled teachers, who are dedicated in continuing their professional development through workshops and graduate course work. St. Louise has specialists in math, computer, library, physical education, Spanish, music, and art. Our teachers educate as a team, challenging, supporting, and calling forth the best from each other and our students. Read more about our teachers, and the curricula they teach, at their individual web pages under "ACADEMICS" on the menu bar.
The student-to-teacher ratio throughout the school averages 13-to-1, with instructional assistants in primary grade classrooms. The personalized attention our small class sizes provide, along with the collective efforts of the outstanding staff at St. Louise, produce a solid foundation for students to achieve excellence, assume responsibility and develop traditional Christian values and excellent moral judgment.