The spiritual tradition of St. Ignatius of Loyola shared with Jesuit secondary schools and universities around the globe provide the foundation of who we are at Bishop Canevin High School. In today's world, Bishop Canevin is committed to academic excellence and spiritual growth within a community of faith that is centered on respect, responsibility, and reverence.
The opportunity for enriching faith experiences at Bishop Canevin complement the academic learning that takes place in the classroom. From prayer before each class, to annual retreats for all classes and Kairos (God's Time) retreats for Juniors and Seniors, to service-oriented mission trips and activities, to weekly Mass in the chapel, students can not only learn about spirituality and faith--they live it.
At Bishop Canevin, we emphasize the education of the whole person--heart, mind, body, and soul. Students are prepared for a life anchored in faith, a life enriched by learning, and a life enhanced by service to others.
By incorporating the Ignatian mission and philosophy in all aspects of student life at Bishop Canevin, young men and women develop as leaders who are confident in their faith and are ready to share it with the world. Through the promotion of Catholic values and a moral code by which to live, we build a strong spirit of community, collaboration, and collegiality "for the greater glory of God."