Profile of a Graduate

An Academy Graduate is one who …

Educating Hearts + Minds

“We shall always place education side by side with instruction; the mind will not be cultivated at the expense of the heart.”
Blessed Basil Moreau

  • Develops a passion for continuing to learn and grow in order to be best prepared for the challenges he may face.
  • Displays a constant pursuit of education and understands that learning never ends.
  • Focuses on understanding his strengths in pursuit of becoming a well-rounded and well-educated contributor to society.

Bringing Hope

“I have the firm hope that Providence will complete what it began years ago.”     –Blessed Basil Moreau

  • Embodies the Holy Cross values of heart, mind, hope, zeal, and family while looking toward their future with optimism.
  • Contributes to society in impactful ways through good moral decision making and self discipline. 
  • Seeks to recognize the inherent value in others. 

Being Family

“One member of this institution will do intellectual work and another, manual labor; this one will teach, and that one will administer. All the while, this activity of the individual will help the community, and the activity of the community will, in turn, help each individual.”
Blessed Basil Moreau

  • Recognizes the interconnectedness of our society, striving to serve others and contribute their talents to building a just world.
  • Acts with character, recognizing he contributes his talents to the larger community.
  • Understands the importance of learning about and from others.

Building Respect

“Never forget that all teaching lies in the best approach to the individual student, and all the success you will find will be in direct proportion to the efforts you have made in this regard.”    –Blessed Basil Moreau

  • Recognizes the dignity of all people and pledges its commitment to a diverse, equitable, and inclusive environment for all.
  • Values the importance of discipline and perseverance toward his goals.
  • Commits to contributing his talents to doing justice in his community.

Profile of a Graduate

An Academy Graduate is one who …

Educating Hearts + Minds

  • Develops a passion for continuing to learn and grow in order to be best prepared for the challenges he may face.
  • Displays a constant pursuit of education and understands that learning never ends.
  • Focuses on understanding his strengths in pursuit of becoming a well-rounded and well-educated contributor to society.

“We shall always place education side by side with instruction; the mind will not be cultivated at the expense of the heart.”

-Blessed Basil Moreau

    Bringing Hope

    • Embodies the Holy Cross values of heart, mind, hope, zeal, and family while looking toward their future with optimism.
    • Contributes to society in impactful ways through good moral decision making and self discipline. 
    • Seeks to recognize the inherent value in others. 

      I have the firm hope that Providence will complete what it began years ago.

      -Blessed Basil Moreau

        Being Family

        • Recognizes the interconnectedness of our society, striving to serve others and contribute their talents to building a just world.
        • Acts with character, recognizing he contributes his talents to the larger community.
        • Understands the importance of learning about and from others.

          One member of this institution will do intellectual work and another, manual labor; this one will teach, and that one will administer. All the while, this activity of the individual will help the community, and the activity of the community will, in turn, help each individual.

          -Blessed Basil Moreau

            Building Respect

            • Recognizes the dignity of all people and pledges its commitment to a diverse, equitable, and inclusive environment for all.
            • Values the importance of discipline and perseverance toward his goals.
            • Commits to contributing his talents to doing justice in his community.

            Never forget that all teaching lies in the best approach to the individual student, and all the success you will find will be in direct proportion to the efforts you have made in this regard.

            -Blessed Basil Moreau