Local students from the Diocese of Orlando school share why they love their school in their own words.
The schools within the Diocese of Orlando, which are located in Orange, Osceola and Seminole counties as well as other areas across Central Florida, include students of all faiths, uniting them in the universal traditions of the Catholic faith to help them positively affect the world around them. Here, students share why they love their school in their own words.
“My Catholic education means everything to me. I have the best foundation for me to be successful in high school, and my faith will always be with me.”
Ethan, All Souls Catholic School, Sanford
“I like how we start our day with the Pledge of Allegiance and prayers. We learn about everything, like math, science, social studies, but we also learn about God’s love for us and how we are here to serve Him in everything we do.”
Aiden, Holy Family Catholic School, Orlando
“Through Catholic education, my faith has grown and my relationship with God has strengthened over the years. Every year, I have learned life lessons that have shaped me into the person I am today. I want to do things for others. I try to put others before myself, and I feel as if this school has taught me to live out the word of God.”
Olivia, St. Margaret Mary Catholic School, Winter Park
“Catholic education is a privilege I respect. It gives us something to look forward to in our lives and brings happiness and hope. It encourages us to strengthen what we believe in.”
Ronin, St. Andrew Catholic School, Orlando
“I have not only learned about math and science, but I have also learned how to be a good Catholic citizen and to respect others. What I love most about my school is its caring environment.”
Alejandra, St. John Vianney Catholic School, Orlando