At Medicine Hat Catholic we strive to ensure that our shared faith is the motivation behind every activity that takes place in our schools. Our children learn about Catholic contributions in science, explore religious themes in literature, learn about issues of social justice and help to serve those in need. Our children pray regularly throughout the school day, gather together for worship, observe the seasons of the liturgical calendar, and are encouraged to see the hand of God in every aspect of life. Our children are taught the inherent dignity of human life, and encouraged to recognize themselves as God’s work of art.
Medicine Hat Catholic offers a varied and high standard of programming; however, our purpose extends beyond the imparting of information of the development of skills. As you can see from the grade level outcomes, we exist to educate the whole child, to form the whole person, to nourish each person as a child of God.
The liturgical calendar allows us to celebrate Christ throughout the year. It begins every year during the month of November on the First Sunday of Advent and continues to the Solemnity of Christ the King.