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Children of Spirit live by the Fruits of the Spirit.

Students of all faiths - our Children of Spirit - form a community that embraces religious diversity and encourages a deep respect and appreciation for the religions and traditions of all, and celebrates our similarities and differences.  The Campus School's unique partnering of spiritual values, the charism of Mercy, and academic excellence fosters in each child a love of life and learning, as well as a sense of responsibility and purpose.

As parents, guardians, and educators, we share a mutual responsibility. Together we strive to love, nurture, educate, and create a foundation through which every child can develop character that counts, confidence, and compassion to make his/her way in a diverse global community.  We embrace this responsibility.

The content and history of the Judeo-Christian tradition, principles of the great world religions, Biblical stories, and the dilemmas that confront the individual and society are illuminated in religion courses included in our curriculum from kindergergarten through eighth grade.  Students are provided the opportunity to engage in age-appropriate intellectual discussions to explore many of the significant questions of life and to affirm their beliefs through the study of religion.  They learn day by day to experience and grow in the fruits of the Spirit: love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control.


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