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The Sisters of Saint Joseph founded St. Pius V School in cooperation with the Parish of St. Pius V in 1945.  The Sisters were the original teachers in the school, and while the faculty gradually transitioned to lay teachers during the decades to follow, the centrality of Catholic teachings has remained. 

Still today, Catholic teachings are the cornerstone of our school. Prayer is part of everyday life at St. Pius V School and the Gospel is read during morning announcements on Fridays. Each grade level follows an age-appropriate Religion curriculum, and we observe and celebrate holy days and liturgical seasons. Our monthly school masses are each hosted by a different class with students assuming roles such as altar servers, readers, and booklet distributors.  

Catholic values of love, kindness, and service are paramount in our school community. Students participate in service and charity projects throughout the year, including Advent and Lenten charity drives, volunteer opportunities at My Brother's Table, and participation in the Missionary Childhood Association. Our school is continually seeking to enrich our Catholic identity as an integral ministry of Saint Pius V Parish.

Our families who are Catholic can work with their child's teacher and the parish Faith Formation Coordinator to prepare for and receive the Sacraments of First Reconciliation and First Communion in second grade.  We also welcome families and children into the Church for those who might be interested in the sacrament of Baptism.

St. Pius V School is inclusive of all faiths and cultures. We welcome students of all religious denominations to attend our school. Our school provides a nurturing community and quality education for students of any faith and background.

Matthew 22 reads: Love God with all your heart, soul and mind and love your neighbor as yourself. These words have informed our school’s motto: Do your best and be kind to others. For the last 75 years, this motto, reflective of the Great Commandment, proves to ensure not only excellence in academics but also lessons in the spiritual and emotional domains that last a lifetime.