Our Vision

Guided by our mission and beliefs, Saint Henry School strives to build a Catholic community rich in Catholic values. Faith development, prayer, and service to others are evident. A quality academic program based on shared expectation for student learning, ongoing research of best practices, and continuous assessment data is offered as we seek to develop lifelong learners.

Our Beliefs

Formed by Catholic tradition and the teachings of the magisterium of the Roman Catholic Church we believe a Christ-centered educational community:

  • Strives to form the whole person spiritually, intellectually, emotionally, and physically.

  • Recognizes the uniqueness and dignity of all persons.

  • Works in unity with parents, the primary educators of their children.

  • Continuously improves academic instruction for learners and professional development for teachers.

  • Provides quality academic programs that prepare students for life-long learning.

  • Offers a variety of co-curricular opportunities instructional practices, activities and assessments that recognize different learning styles and needs.

  • Models and incorporates the teachings of the magisterium of the Roman Catholic Church throughout the curriculum to properly form a Catholic intellect.

  • Provides opportunities to serve others in response to the Gospel message.

  • Provides a safe and disciplined environment where a love for the Catholic faith, life, family, and country is fostered.

The Dominican Difference


Saint Henry School has been blessed by the educational leadership and presence of the Dominican Sisters. The sisters have served as principals and teachers since our foundation in 1957. Sister Mary Elizabeth, our principal, and three sisters currently serve our community.

From the website for the Dominican Sisters of St. Cecilia Congregation:

“While every school in which our sisters teach has its own distinctive history and culture, the presence of Dominican religious brings a consistent and unique element to each of our schools. Four particular features mark education in the Dominican tradition:

  1. Spreading the Gospel Message: Preaching

  2. Love of Truth: Study

  3. Formation in Faith: Prayer

  4. United in Mission: Community

For more information about the Dominican Sisters: Education in the Dominican Tradition.