Living and learning the faith
Paraclete High School welcomes students and families of all religious backgrounds, but centers our mission on upholding Catholic traditions both in and out of the classroom. Out of respect for the diversity of our student body, our religious studies courses present the Catholic perspective, but teach critical thinking. We allow students to explore and take ownership of their own beliefs in a moral and value-based environment.
Paraclete Core Values
Spirit in Christ
Spirit as Family
Spirit of Knowledge
Spirit for Success
Inspired to Serve
Christian service is an essential component of life at Paraclete. As a community, we strive every day to demonstrate compassion, social justice, and love. To meet school requirements, students must complete service hours throughout their semesters.
Christian Values In and Out of the Classroom
Our students and their families embrace our mission to seek God and serve others, and this spirit is weaved into every aspect of life at Paraclete. It is reflected in the character our students develop and how they carry themselves inside and outside of school. Our religious studies courses serve as a foundation for allowing students to explore and grow closer to their faith—and themselves.
Religious Studies Courses
The Revelation of Jesus Christ in Scripture
The Mystery of Jesus Christ
The Paschal Mystery
The Church Our Story: Ecclesiology
Sacraments: Privileged Encounters with Christ