As a Catholic school in the Diocese of San Jose, we are proud to offer a quality Catholic education to our students.
Religion is taught each day in all classrooms, sacramental preparation is provided for Catholic 2nd graders, and the curriculum follows the Diocesan religion outcomes.
Religion is more than an isolated subject, but is also an integral part of the fiber of Queen of Apostles School.
Our students, both Catholic and non-Catholic, learn to apply Catholic/Christian principles and to reinforce moral values throughout their years at Queen of Apostles School. They gather daily for prayer in the classrooms, and each Wednesday the entire student body gathers in church for student council led prayer service.
The school celebrates Eucharist with the parish community each month and also enjoys para-liturgies on a seasonal basis. One of these is the Blessing of the Animals on the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi. Students from every grade have an opportunity to plan and participate in liturgies throughout the year.
Parents and members of the parish community are welcomed and encouraged to join us for prayer and liturgy.