Dear Friends of Saint Albert,
Learn. Serve. Lead. Succeed. These four words paint a picture of what is happening every day at Saint Albert Catholic Schools. We are excited to celebrate these attributes during Catholic Schools Week from Jan. 26 through Feb. 1.
Why does Saint Albert exist? We are here to nurture, develop and empower young minds by providing a well-rounded, faith-based education that results in spirit-filled individuals who positively impact the world. Our graduates bring much more to society than knowledge. They bring the transforming love of Jesus Christ.
There is a cycle of growth that’s taking place at Saint Albert. A school is obviously in the business of education. Teaching done well leads to learning, and we see that on display beautifully at Saint Albert. Learning leads to service. Our students are encouraged and trained to put their knowledge into action. This is an important step, because an individual who serves others well will be an impactful leader. Servant leadership ultimately results in success, and even more importantly, it results in a life of significance. Through continuous growth opportunities from birth through graduation, our students are equipped to build the Kingdom of God. That is why Saint Albert exists.
I wish to extend my gratitude to all who support the work of Saint Albert Catholic Schools. Our mission is fulfilled because each of you is standing in solidarity with us. On behalf of the administration, faculty and staff of Saint Albert, I humbly say, “Thank you!”
Deacon Vernon Dobelmann
Saint Albert Catholic Schools