A Family of Faith
First and foremost, Most Precious Blood School is a family of faith brought together by a common love of Jesus Christ. Students learn to live their lives by the example set by Jesus. The actions of our teachers and staff clearly demonstrate this.
Students grow in their faith through...
- Daily classroom prayer andReligion classes
- Preparing for the sacraments
- Weekly student Liturgy
- Prayer services
- Mass server training
- Service projects
- Living Rosary
- Living Stations of the Cross
- Atrium - Catechesis of the Good Shepherd
Partnerships with St. Joseph Hospital and the University of Saint Francis expose children to a wide variety of opportunities. Christian service projects are a part of everyday for students at Most Precious Blood School.
Click here to view our Religion Curriculum for the Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend.
Most Precious Blood School provides a balanced literacy approach to Language Arts. The Accelerated Reader program allows students to read and grow at their own pace. Algebra is offered in Eighth Grade. A hands-on Science curriculum lets students get involved.
Additional courses are offered at Most Precious Blood School, including Art, Library, Physical Education, Health, Music, Spanish, TV, Lego Robotics, and Computers.
Students in Grades 6-8 benefit academically through electives. Electives are offered in the areas of Robotics, Advanced Band, Strategy, Future City, Student Council, Theater and more! Choir is offered to students in Grades 6-8.
Most precious Blood teachers work with the University of Notre Dame and ACE (Alliance for Catholic Education,https://ace.nd.edu/about/the-alliance-for-catholic-education ) to create the Diocese of Fort Wayne South Bend curriculum which is aligned with the Indiana Academic Standards http://www.doe.in.gov/standards. Most Precious Blood School is accredited by AdvancED http://www.advanc-ed.org/about-us.
Every classroom is equipped with multiple computers, wireless Internet, and Ipads. Our split computer lab gives each student the opportunity to learn on Apple and PC Computers
Each classroom has a Smartboard. Interactive whiteboards motivate student learning by combining the simplicity of a whiteboard with the technology of a computer. Students are able to write on the SmartBoards with LCD pens. Complex lessons such as dissecting a frog can be shared with ease.
Students in Grades 6-8 have the opportunity to gain a better understanding of computer programming through elective classes of Future City and Robotics.
5th grade students spend a week at the Indiana National Guard STAR Base learning science, technology, engineering, and math.
Television Studio Productions
Most Precious Blood School is the only elementary school in its district to offer a full television studio as part of its curriculum. Public Service Announcement creation and other programming opportunities are available to students in grades 6-8.
The Preschool program offers full day options for 3, 4, and 5 year olds three or five days per week. A full day Kindergarten is also offered every day. After school care is another option for working parents.
Most Precious Blood School is proud of its athletic program. A fully-functioning bowling alley is located directly on the school campus. Athletic programs bring students and families together.
Creativity is nurtured at Most Precious Blood School. Musical expression is cultivated through involvement with the Handbell Choir. A yearly Broadway musical production is one to the many cultural highlights of the year and involves students at a variety of grade levels.
Most Precious Blood School also offers Beginning and Advanced Band, to students in Grades 4-8, as well as Choir to students in Grades 6-8