Religious/Civic – To make provisions for students to understand and practice their religion/faith at an individual and community level on a daily basis and improve the quality of life for themselves and others in their world

Faculty Growth – To assure professional growth and competency through an active program of staff development, internal communications, positive evaluation, site-based management operations, and professional training opportunities

Community – To create an instructional system that draws from available resources including parents, parishes, partners in education, and other community and business institutions supporting education

Wellness – To encourage the understanding and use of life-long health goals for both students and faculty through a combination of classroom instruction, a program of co-curricular and extra-curricular activities, and staff projects

Learning Skills – To develop learning skills in communications, thinking, problem solving, and basics that equip the student to succeed in the immediate academic environment and appreciate the need to continue the learning process throughout life

Financial – Through coordination with the Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston, PCS Foundation, and parishes, prospective parents and students may apply for financial assistance based on need.