St. Ambrose School is a Catholic elementary school of the Archdiocese of St. Louis. The very philosophy and foundation of St. Ambrose is the person of Jesus Christ. Inspired by Him and sustained by the love of His Sacred Heart, we view learning as a process, integrating the spiritual, intellectual, moral, and personal development of each child. Grounded in a rich tradition, yet geared toward the future, we strive to recognize and address the individual needs of each of our students.
Religion Program Develops Values and Faith
Each student follows a program of religious studies. Non-Catholic students will follow the same religion curriculum as Catholic students. These studies include celebrating the Eucharistic Liturgy, daily prayer, mission work and events, sacraments, service programs as outlined by Confirmation teachers, and a Family Life Program designed to help students in all grades develop healthy attitudes and Christian Family values. All families are asked to attend church each week. Growth in faith and an appreciation for Catholic traditions are central to the Catholic School.
Liturgy and Faith Building Services Celebrated Weekly
During the school year, students celebrate the Eucharist Liturgy twice a week. They also participate in Para liturgical celebrations such as penance services, devotions to Mary, and Stations of the Cross.
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