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“The Catholic school forms part of the saving mission of the Church, especially for education in the faith.”  “It is not simply an institution which offers academic instruction of high quality, but even more important, is an effective vehicle of total Christian Formation.” 


The Catholic school teaches this message, fosters community, and models service.  Our schools have a clear focus as centers where the Church evangelizes, educates, and contributes to the formation of a healthy and morally sound lifestyle.  In doing this the Catholic school fosters everyone’s growth in personal holiness and his/her relationship to Christ.  


The Catholic school is dedicated to academic excellence, reinforcing a sense of social concern, and encouraging a life balanced by social and physical activities.  The Catholic school also recognizes, supports, and assists parents as the first and primary educators in a child’s life.  Schools work with the parents and encourage them to participate in the decision-making processes affecting their children.


The Catholic school challenges clergy, parents, students, and parish communities to work together in mutual trust, support, and dedication to the common goal of providing quality, religious, and academic education for our children.

(Quotes from The Catholic School, USCCB, Teach Them)

Revised June 2005


Resurrection Academy, a ministry of St. John XXIII Catholic Community, is a diverse preschool to eighth-grade population providing a rigorous Catholic academic education, immersed in technology with a focus on 21st-century skills where students communicate, collaborate, create, and think critically. Serving Fontana and neighboring locales for over sixty years, we are a community that provides for worship and is caring, respectful, compassionate, and life-giving. 

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