About St. Bernard


Mission Statement

St. Bernard Catholic School is rooted in the life and works of Jesus Christ and our patron saint, providing a peaceful, prayerful community while inspiring each student to become a lifelong learner.


Peace, Pray, Learn

St. “B” Attitudes

Be like Jesus, “B” Responsible, “B” Peaceful, “B” Safe, “B” Respectful


We believe the message of St. Bernard Catholic School is the message of Jesus. We come to know this message through the Scriptures, our Catholic heritage, prayer and the example of others.
We believe St. Bernard Catholic School is a faith community rooted in Jesus. Active participation in this environment fosters learning, growth, belonging, respect and responsibility.
We believe that by living the message and participating in community, we are able to choose effective ways to make a positive impact on the world in which we live.

Key Messages

Drafted in June 2015 by members of the Site Advisory Council to articulate the identity of the school community:

Large School, Large Heart
St. Bernard Catholic School is the largest and among the most diverse of the GRACE schools. The intimate class setting and warm, family environment set us apart from other schools.

Established as a parish school in 1958, St. Bernard Catholic School is an active and engaged community where faculty and families work together to educate the whole child in a Catholic school setting.

Faith Foundation
The St. Bernard Catholic School community is a living example of a seamless integration of faith where Christ is alive!

Academic Excellence
St. Bernard Catholic School accommodates students throughout the learning spectrum and continues to stay on the forefront of innovative teaching, offering students of all ability levels the opportunity and tools to excel.

St. Bernard Catholic School offers students an expansive access to technology resources, creating motivated students prepared to make an impact in the world.

St. Bernard Catholic School is fully accredited as a member of the Wisconsin Religious and Independent Schools (WRISA).