Welcome to Mary Queen of Apostles School!
The philosophy and mission statement of Mary Queen Apostles School are the cornerstone of our program and environment. Through our beliefs and values we determine our polices and procedures. Through our documents, we encourage our families, our students and our staff to act and interact so that we are responsible members in a community of learners, witnesses to our faith, and reflections of Christ.
On behalf of the faculty, staff, and students at MQA, I invite you to visit us online, contact us for information and a tour, or join us as guests for any of our events. I am sure you will find MQA to be a treasure!
– Mrs. Cathy Collett, Principal
The mission of Mary Queen of Apostles School is to form a new generation of disciples of Jesus Christ by educating the total child – developing minds, building character, and strengthening faith. In a Christ centered learning community, we offer a solid foundation in the fundamentals with a challenging and extensive curriculum evolving to meet the needs of students in an ever changing world. We provide a safe nurturing environment, promote respect for the dignity of each person, emphasize individual responsibility, and encourage service to others under the guidance of our patroness, Mary, the first and model disciple of her Son.
Developing minds, building character, and strengthening faith: students academically prepared for the journey, committed to service, and grounded in faith.
- Catholic education is a responsibility shared by all members of the family, parish, school, and Diocese of Greensburg.
- Catholic Schools are centered in Christ’s teachings and Catholic doctrine.
- Each student is created with unique talents and intellect.
- Our rigorous curriculum challenges students to achieve their potential as they strive for excellence within the formation of the faith, academics, and success in life.
- Students have a right to a safe, positive, nurturing learning environment with mutual respect demonstrated throughout the school community.
- Catholic schools encourage students to serve the Church and the greater community, through lifelong evangelization.
Profile of a Graduate
Graduates will be:
Knowledgeable ~ Students have mastered a strong academic foundation and are able to apply skills, facts, and knowledge in real world environments.
Future Ready ~ Students are able to think critically, solve problems, use information, communicate and innovate. They are flexible, adaptive, collaborative, creative and globally aware and are able to compete in a global society.
Educators ~ Students will find ways to share their faith and academic knowledge with others.
Leaders ~ Students will be able to work cooperatively for the good of all, accepting the freedom and responsibility leadership brings. They will be encouraged to act with integrity, and to make ethical, responsible, and moral decisions.
Disciples of Christ ~ Students will evangelize through their words and actions.
Problem Solvers ~ Students will develop their natural curiosity and encounter the world and embrace the future with a sense of imagination and wonder. They will acquire the skills necessary to conduct inquiry and research and show independence in learning. They will apply thinking skills critically and creatively to recognize and approach complex problems and develop solutions.
Catholic Social Teachers ~ Students will show empathy, compassion, and respect towards the needs and feelings of others. They will have a personal commitment to service, and to making a positive difference in the lives of others.
Life Long Learners ~ Students will work to build personal growth and are intrinsically motivated to continue the learning process throughout one’s life.