Graduates of Catholic Schools in the Archdiocese of Atlanta are…
Disciples of Christ who…
- Are centered on Gospel values,
- Recognize the gifts they have been given by God,
- Are willing to serve others in their community and beyond,
- Understand and live their faith according to God’s will.
Life long learners who...
- Have mastered the appropriate basic skills and concepts,
- Are able to apply what they have learned to real life situations,
- Are able to use technology as problem solving tools,
- Are able to think critically, communicate effectively, and work collaboratively.
Well rounded individuals who…
- Make wise ethical and moral decisions,
- Are self-confident, self-disciplined people of integrity,
- Are creative and open minded,
- Are respectful and productive citizens.
Students in every Archdiocesan Catholic School attend and participate in services throughout the year that commemorate the traditions and faith teachings of the Roman Catholic Church.
Catholic elementary and high school students rated the following statements as “very important” to their sense of being Catholic. By comparison, more Catholic School students indicated these Church teachings are “very important” to their formation than did Non-Catholic School students.
Catholic Elementary School Students
Non-Catholic Elementary School Students
Catholic High School Students
Non-Catholic HS Students
-Center for Applied Research in the Apostolate, Georgetown University, February 2008 as compiled by the Archdiocese of Chicago.