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General Information

We would like to welcome you and your child to St. Vladimir Catholic School.

Our staff works diligently at providing the best possible learning environment for all students.  With your help, as partners in education, we will be successful in establishing an environment conducive to your child's academic, spiritual, physical, social, creative, and emotional growth and well-being. 

In our community, we challenge each other to always act Christ-like, from the position of peace and kindness.  With you as partners, working together, your children will be urged to achieve their personal best at St. Vladimir School in a supportive environment.  Each school year provides new experiences and great challenges.  We look forward to working with you and trust that this year will be a rewarding educational experience for your child.

As we journey together this year, let us work together for the success of our students.

Our Vision

All St. Vladimir students will learn and work together in a Catholic faith-based setting that promotes pluralism, acceptance, accountability and responsibility.

Mission Statement

  • Christ’s teachings are the foundation for our learning and our existence.
  • All students can learn and develop their unique gifts and talents.
  • All students have rights, roles and responsibilities for which they are accountable.
  • Providing opportunities for inquiry based projects, creativity and technological experiences will enhance student learning.
  • Students who work collaboratively will benefit from each other’s ideas and develop skills that will encourage lifelong learning.
  • A pluralistic setting will better prepare our students for their future.

Our Namesake

Just as Saul became Paul the apostle so also Prince Vladimir (died 1015) became the zealous Christian upon his conversion.  He invited all his people to be baptized in the waters of Dnieper River in 989 A.D.

Vladimir set about on the work of building churches.  He established schools where Christian faith could be taught.  Bishops and priests went out spreading the gospel into the far reaches of Slav territory.  The rich Byzantine culture came to bring new life to the slaves.

Prince Vladimir died July 15, 1015 A.D. and the people mourned their beloved monarch.  He came to be known in the church as the "equal of the apostles".  He is referred to as a second St. Paul.  In his search for truth, he found the pearl of great price, Jesus Christ.

Saint Vladimir ranks with the greatest missionaries who have gone "to teach all nations".  We are honored to learn in a school named for such a great missionary.

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