We at Frassati Catholic Academy strive to teach our children the Catholic faith by promoting their spiritual, academic, social and emotional growth. With an emphasis on the Beatitudes, students will develop their unique God-given talents to lead faith-filled lives as missionary disciples of Christ. We are committed to supporting parents as the primary educators of their children by nurturing strong partnerships between families, school and parish communities. We entrust this mission under the patronage of Blessed Pier Giorgio Frassati for the benefit of all who pass through our hallways.
in every age and place
you have been our refuge and our hope.
Through Jesus, the Divine Teacher,
you taught us to trust in your Providence
and to rely upon the help of your Holy Spirit
in fulfilling your will.
We ask your guidance and assistance, O Lord,
upon our school community
that bears the name of your devoted servant,
Blessd Pier Giorgio Frassati.
Through his intercession
help us to become a people of the Beatitudes.
Inspire us to serve others with love and respect,
and teach us the ways of justice and truth.
We ask your blessing upon those
who have dedicated their lives to Catholic education
and upon all, who by their sacrifice and faithful stewardship,
support Frassati Catholic Academy.
May our parish communities continue to work together
in a spirit of charity to fulfill the mission you have given us.
We thank you for your countless blessings in the past, O Lord,
and pray that you would grant us wisdom and strong faith
so that we may not only be a successful school
but effective witnesses of your kingdom.
We ask this through Christ our Lord.
Vision of a Graduate
The academic and spiritual program of Frassati Catholic Academy is designed so that our 8th grade graduates develop:
A genuine sense of Catholic identity, rooted in the Gospel that leads to an authentic relationship with God.
A mature spirituality that reflects the charisms of Pier Giorgio Frassati.
An uncompromising formation in Catholic morality.
Respect and responsibility for self, family, church and community.
Knowledge, awareness and capabilities to maintain physical, emotional and mental health.
Solid academic skills that nurture a life-long love of learning.
Self-confidence and discipline necessary to become servant leaders.
The willingness to go forth living productive and virtuous lives, making a spectacular difference in the world.
A Christian life built on the Beatitudes
“I see a special light around the sick, the poor, and the less fortunate, a light that we do not possess.”
-Blessed Pier Giorgio Frassati
A love for God, a love for friends, a love for life, a love for all creation
“I no longer call you servants, because a servant does not know his master's business. Instead, I have called you friends, for everything that I learned from my Father I have made known to you.”
- John 15:15
A love for the Eucharist and a life of Prayer
“With all the strength of my soul I urge you young people to approach the Communion table as often as you can. Feed on this bread of angels and from it you will gain the strength to fight your inner battle, the battle against passion and all adversities, because Jesus Christ has promised to those who feed on the Holy Eucharist eternal life and the graces necessary to obtain it.”
- Blessed Pier Giorgio Frassati
Sharing in the Mission of Christ
“Jesus comes to me every day in Communion, and I return the visit by going to serve the poor.”
- Blessed Pier Giorgio Frassati
Reach for the Heights - “verso l’alto”
“By yourself you can do nothing; but if you have God as the center of your every action then…you will reach the goal.” - Blessed Pier Giorgio Frassati
The theme for 2020/21 will be We Are Called. This theme evokes the unique calling that God has for each of us. We know that all of us have a vocation, a specific calling to holiness. God’s callings can be found throughout Sacred Scripture, from the accounts of the prophets to the sending forth of the apostles at Pentecost. The Blessed Mother and other Saints provide us with wonderful examples of how we should discern and accept God’s call in our lives.