For me, being a student at a Catholic school means so much. It means nurturing your faith, and being able to complete sacraments like First Communion and Confirmation with your friends. You can also ask the teachers questions that you have about your faith. In addition, since we have a whole class dedicated to the Catholic religion, I have been able to learn about its history. Also, most Catholic schools have small grades, so you can get to know everyone in your grade! I think that going to a Catholic school has shaped me to be the person that I am today, and for that, I’m very grateful.
-Kate Grade 8
To me, being a catholic student means that you are especially close with God. It also means that you go to church at least once a week and enjoy doing so. You also have a responsibility to spread God's word through doing good deeds. I also think to be a catholic student means that you need to study the faith, different saints, and try to do as they did every single day. This is what I think it means to be catholic.
-Wally Grade 7
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