At Nazareth School, Catholic identity is alive and well in all aspects of everyday life. The Western Catholic Educational Association (WCEA) and the Accrediting Commission for Schools, Western Association of Schools and Colleges (ACS WASC) granted Nazareth School full accreditation through June 30, 2029. This accreditation was awarded to Nazareth School in recognition of the excellent Catholic education provided to all learners. Following our Core Values and Mission Statement, Nazareth School provides all learners academic excellence rooted in Catholic tradition. Our Catholic values and faith are seen in many activities on campus including class led weekly all school Mass, Nazareth House Intergenerational Program, Children’s Choir, Catch of the Week, Food Drive Fridays, and the Missionary Childhood Association (MCA) fundraisers.


We have designed our academic and cocurricular programs to be interactive and to encourage spiritual, intellectual, physical, and social growth. Faculty, students, and families work as a team to achieve mastery of national, state, and local curriculum standards. Learning expectations at Nazareth School support the development of an active and enthusiastic learner who is highly motivated with the confidence to succeed.

Nazareth School proudly supports a well-rounded traditional Catholic education with an emphasis in college prep curriculum. The faculty and instructional aides focus on the foundational curriculum including religion, reading, writing, math, and science. Nazareth has an exciting science curriculum which meets the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS), a STEM lab, a comprehensive art program and Spanish curriculum. In addition, our Learning Resource Program provides a supportive learning environment where an individualized approach is taken to help students grow in all academic areas. Nazareth School supports the whole child by providing wellness services with our accredited councilor. We base our curriculum standards on national and state standards in unison with the diocesan course content guidelines.

The school curriculum:

  • gives witness to the message of Christ as revealed in His person, sacraments, scripture, community, doctrine, and the traditional heritage of the Catholic Church; 
  • develops within students the life-learning tools of communication, problem solving, and decision making;
  • encourages each student to develop his/her potential through responsibility and accountability to self, parents, faculty, and peers;
  • provides an informational framework that will prepare the students to live in the twenty-first century; 
  • affirms ethnic pride, appreciates cultural values, and allows diversity when applying the principles of peace and justice; and 
  • integrates parent and community talent into the school program.

First Grade
Second Grade
Third Grade
Fourth Grade
Fifth Grade
Sixth Grade
Seventh Grade
Eighth Grade
Middle School Advanced Math/General Math