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Catholic Independent Schools Vancouver Archdiocese Vision Statement

In living out our mission as members of the CISVA community,

all Students will:

  • develop an understanding of and share in the mission to proclaim and build the kingdom of God.
  • acquire the skills, knowledge and attitudes to reach their fullest potential.
  • develop as balanced persons spiritually, emotionally, physically and intellectually.
  • respect others and be stewards over their environment.
  • share their talents and participate in all aspects of school life.
  • be Catholic leaders, responsible citizens and life-long learners.
  • be accountable for their role within the system.

all Parents will:

  • be committed to the mission to proclaim and build the kingdom of God.
  • be advocates for Catholic education.
  • work cooperatively with and support the administration and staff of the school.
  • support opportunities that foster student success.
  • treat others with respect.
  • be committed to fostering education that promotes strong Catholic leaders.
  • be accountable for their role within the system.

all Staff Members will:

  • carry out their role in the mission to proclaim and build the kingdom of God.
  • be committed to the development of the whole child.
  • plan for and support appropriate, challenging learning experiences and positive learning environments for all students.
  • be committed to build a Christian community and act with justice and integrity.
  • be committed to continuous personal and professional development.
  • treat others with respect.
  • be committed to fostering education that promotes strong Catholic leaders.
  • be accountable for their role within the system.

all Pastors and Parish Education Committees will:

  • be committed to the mission to proclaim and build the kingdom of God.
  • be committed to operating in an effective and efficient manner.
  • be committed to implementing policy and procedures as representatives of CISVA.
  • collaborate appropriately with staff.
  • be committed to serving all families.
  • promote high standards of education, conduct, safety, and the well being of students and staff.
  • treat others with respect.
  • be committed to fostering education that promotes strong Catholic leaders.
  • be accountable for their role within the system.

the Board, assisted by the Superintendent’s Office will:

  • provide leadership in the proclamation and building of the kingdom of God.
  • be committed to operating in an effective and efficient manner.
  • be advocates for Catholic Schools with the Catholic community, the public and the government.
  • promote high standards of education, conduct and safety for all students and staff.
  • be responsible for the effective and efficient operation of each school.
  • treat others with respect.
  • be committed to fostering education that promotes strong Catholic leaders.
  • develop and provide strategic direction for the system.
  • supervise appropriate evaluation to ensure accountability throughout the system.