About SRS

Philosophy and Mission

St. Robert Catholic School is an educational ministry promoting a Christ-centered environment that fosters academic excellence and personal integrity. Our faculty and staff are committed to providing the best educational training based on the love of God by integrating a living faith in the Catholic tradition with an education that stresses knowledge, courage, humanity, justice, and citizenship.

In partnership with the St. Robert Parish and the students of our school and their parents, we strive to create a setting that fosters learning among and respect for all people. We believe that every young person has the potential for positive development and the invaluable capacity to contribute to a civil society.

At St. Robert School, we believe that a Christian education is intended to make one’s “faith become living, conscious, and active, through the light of instruction.” We further believe that the “Catholic School is the unique setting within which this ideal can be realized in the lives of Catholic children and young people” (To Teach as Jesus Did, No. 102, National Conference of Catholic Bishops, 1973).

Learning Expectations

A St. Robert School student is a...


  • Understands Catholic teachings
  • Develops a personal relationship with God through prayer
  • Serves the needs of others with compassion
  • Treats God’s creation with respect
  • Remains active in his or her faith community
  • Reads and understands the Scriptures
  • Maintains the courage to make correct moral choices
  • Treats his or her body as a Temple of the Holy Spirit


  • Values and celebrates diversity
  • Participates as an active member of his or her local community
  • Works cooperatively with others
  • Understands and exercises his or her duties as a citizen
  • Resolves conflicts in a peaceful manner
  • Makes choices that protect personal health and the health of others
  • Takes responsibility for his or her actions
  • Uses appropriate manners and etiquette in social situations


  • Demonstrates a strong foundation in the basics of all subjects
  • Uses information to think independently and analytically
  • Reads for learning and enjoyment
  • Expresses him- or herself clearly in written and oral communications
  • Plans, sets, and works toward goals effectively
  • Experiences and appreciates the fine arts
  • Remains current with issues affecting his or her communities
  • Uses technology for learning and communicating
  • Analyzes problems and finds effective solutions
  • Uses education to improve the lives and health of community members

Fact & Figures

School Year

Mid-August to End of May

Summer School (June-July)

School Hours

8 am to 3 pm Transitional Kindergarten to 8th Grade

7am to 6 pm Extended Day Program

Ethnic Diversity of Student Body

Asian, Black, Native American, Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, White, Two or more Races

Annual Enrollment (2018-19)


Average Classroom Size (2018-19)


Faculty with Advance Degrees

67% have Master’s Degrees

Faculty with Teaching Credentials

91% have teaching credentials

Geographic Area

21 zip codes are used to send mail to students’ families

Size of Campus

4.8 acre campus

Accreditation and Affiliation

St. Robert Catholic School is accredited by the Western Catholic Educational Association (WCEA) and the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC).

St. Robert School is a member of the National Catholic Educational Association.