At St. Barnabas I know how much my school looks out for everyone of us – from the preschoolers to me, a sixth-grader, and all the way to our school leaders in eighth grade.
Our school is a family where we are free to share our thoughts and listen as well.
-Whitney Meinerding, sixth-grader
Every day I look forward to coming to school. It is not just a place to learn; it’s a place to grow.
Through my education I have the privilege of going to Mass and sharing my love of God with my peers. Feeling one with God after receiving him makes me feel special in his eyes. Joining my peers in song in choir is something I am excited to participate in every week.
Sharing my joy at Mass with my school community is one of the many great parts of a Catholic education.
-Ava Nelson, sixth-grader
Going to a Catholic school is a huge part of my life. It is a privilege to be able to express our faith on a daily basis in an environment where it is encouraged.
As a school we have service projects that allow us to help those who are less fortunate. In religion class we have discussions that help us better understand our faith. We do service hours to help us grow as part of the church and the community.
-Zane Kale, sixth-grader
St. Barnabas is a special school because we can find God in our hearts here. I learn more about Jesus. I get to do the sacraments of Reconciliation and the Eucharist. We show our faith. I pray with my class every day.
-Joey McCoy, second-grader
I like going to St. Barnabas because I like going to Mass and learning more about Jesus.
I get to do canned food drives, St. Nick stockings and the walkathon. I am excited to celebrate the sacraments of reconciliation and the Eucharist.
I am so thankful that my teachers and priests help me learn more about Jesus. I love going to St. Barnabas School.
-Maddox Novotney, second-grader