The 40th Annual Dinner and Auction has been adapted 

to a new online format. Starting on Sunday, May 31, at 5 p.m.

you can bid online at: https://gasbs2020.ggo.bid/ 

Auction closes on Friday, June 5, at 6 p.m.

Visit the event page for complete details.


Following the direction of Governor Jay Inslee’s order on April 6, 2020, the Office of Education and Catholic Schools of Spokane Diocese will continue to be closed for the remainder of this school year, to support the safety of our families and our broader community during the COVID-19 pandemic. While our building will be closed, our team is continuing to work hard to support you and our students. See a note from our principal here.

Our teachers have put together some Online Learning Resources. Please check them out and enjoy these learning opportunities with your student(s)!


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Mission Statement

Guardian Angel - St. Boniface School is dedicated to nurturing children in their spiritual growth and fostering their full academic potential, while promoting individual responsibility and respect for themselves and others within a Catholic learning environment.


Philosophy Statement
 Guardian Angel - St. Boniface embraces its primary responsibility to teach our children about the existence of God’s love through education, faith and prayer.

We believe  the purpose of Catholic education is to educate the whole child based in Christian values and Catholic faith tradition.

We believe  parents have the primary responsibility for the education and Christian formation of their children.

We believe  teachers facilitate the academic, physical, social, spiritual and moral potential of each child.

We believe  in providing an emotionally, physically and spiritually safe environment for the children entrusted to our care.

We believe  that faith is a divine gift to be celebrated and nurtured.

We believe  every person is created in the image and likeness of God and therefore has the right to be treated with respect, kindness and dignity.

We believe  in educating for cultural and global awareness and in educating the child to lead a life of justice.

We believe  in preparing our students for life as active and responsible members of family, church, community and society.