Aquin Catholic Schools, in agreement with the Bishops of the United States . . . "strive to relate all human culture eventually to the news of salvation, so that the life of faith will illumine the knowledge which the students gradually gain of the world of life, or mankind." (Christian Ed. 8)
Here, therefore, students are instructed in human knowledge and skills, valued indeed for their own worth but seen simultaneously as deriving their most profound significance from God's plan for His creation. Here, too, instruction in religious truth and values is an integral part of the school program. It is perceived and functions as the underlying reality in which the students’ experiences of learning and living achieve their coherence and deepest meaning.