Totino-Grace High School is an Archdiocesan Roman Catholic educational community where students are loved, instructed, and guided according to the traditions of the Brothers of the Christian Schools and the School Sisters of Notre Dame. We draw inspiration from the charisms of Saint John Baptist de La Salle, Founder of the Brothers and Patron of Teachers, and Blessed Theresa Gerhardinger, Foundress of the School Sisters of Notre Dame.
As a Lasallian high school:
- We educate in the Holy Presence of God, striving for excellence by instilling Gospel values in all we do and by inspiring academic and spiritual growth.
- We believe that teachers and staff stand in a providential and grace-filled relationship with students. Totino-Grace students benefit from the witness of a caring, concerned, and dedicated faculty, administration and staff.
- We are committed to create and sustain respectful human relationships in community. Within such a setting, Totino-Grace seeks to challenge its students to serve others, especially the poor, and to deepen a sense of responsibility in the world community.
- We seek to serve and embrace students with varied academic needs and diverse social, cultural, and economic backgrounds and does so in partnership with families and all those who are committed to living the Lasallian mission.
As a school in the tradition of the School Sisters of Notre Dame:
- We strive for educational excellence.
- We instill in students a sense of responsibility for the world, especially the needs of women, youth, and the marginalized.
- We commit ourselves to the work of unity.
- We embody an openness to radical transformation.
- We respond to issues of justice, peace, and integrity of creation.
- We pledge to work for systemic change.