Mission & Values

Corpus Christi Catholic School welcomes all children; enriching their knowledge, nurturing their faith, and building their character in a Catholic Christian environment.


Corpus Christi Catholic School offers an excellent academic program that is fully accredited by the Michigan Association of Non-Public Schools Accrediting Association (MNSAA).

  • Our students’ MAP scores exceed most local, state, and national averages.  Students receive focused training in the core subjects of science, reading, language arts, mathematics, and social studies.
  • Our outstanding curriculum includes Spanish, physical education, art, choral music, band, and technology.
  • Some of our extracurricular activities include Science Olympiad, student newspaper, Geography and Spelling Bees, Law Day, and drama.
  • Special programs (remedial, gifted) enhance student learning.  Individual needs are continually reviewed.


Our Christian faith is deeply rooted at Corpus Christi Catholic School. Catholicism is not just a subject- it is the way of preparing our children with values and faith for the challenges of life.

  • Students receive daily instruction and practice in Catholicism.
  • Daily prayers.
  • Weekly Mass.
  • Special Feast Day Masses.
  • Each teacher is chosen for their passion and dedication to bringing the Gospel message alive.
  • Our chapel is in the “heart” of our facility, drawing our school community together for all-school, classroom, and individual opportunities to reflect, pray, and celebrate our faith.
  • Sacramental preparation and training for Reconciliation, First Communion and Confirmation are integral parts of the second and eighth grade religious curriculum.
  • We welcome and embrace families of different faiths and traditions.


Corpus Christi Catholic School provides character-building experiences that develop a firm belief in human dignity and social responsibility.

  • Students learn that all people are created in God’s image. We honor our Creator by treating His people with respect and dignity.
  • Students are provided countless opportunities and continual guidance to learn to make choices based on values and morals.
  • Students practice and grow in these values in their daily school life, as well as on field trips, in service projects, and at academic and athletic competitions.
  • G.R.A.C.E.A.C. our Diocesan athletic association, provides athletic participation in football, volleyball, soccer, cross country, basketball, track, baseball, softball, and competitive cheer for students in grades 5-8.
  • Students learn and practice leadership skills in a variety of settings beginning in Kindergarten.