The Blessed Sacrament rests in our chapel as a reminder that Christ is the center of our lives and study at Carencro Catholic School. The entire student body prays as a family each morning and as a class before each subject during the day. Mass is celebrated weekly and on Holy Days of Obligation. Confessions are heard during Advent and Lent. Students pray the rosary as a school and by the individual class during the months of October and May; they encounter the Way of the Cross each week during Lent. A school-wide emphasis on service enables students to become living examples of their Faith.
Younger students encounter basic formation in the areas of prayer, Christian interaction with family, teachers, and peers with an introduction to the Sacraments, especially Baptism and the Eucharist. Special emphasis is placed on preparing to receive First Penance and First Communion in second grade.
The program continues formation in the areas of morality and Christian Ethics, emphasizing knowledge and use of the Holy Bible. The sacraments of Penance and the Eucharist are available on a regular basis.
The junior high program highlights the Old Testament, ethics, morality, and Church history, alongside formation in the areas of ministry and service.