MPB students are learning the leadership skills based on Franklin Covey strategies along with Catholic ideals to lead, thrive, and serve in the dynamic world around us.
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Catholic World View
The education of children and young people is such an important task in forming them as free and responsible human beings. It affirms their dignity as an inalienable gift that flows from our original creation as children made in the image and likeness of God. And because education truly forms human beings, it is especially the duty and responsibility of the Church, who is called to serve mankind from the heart of God and in such a way that no other institution can. -Pope Francis
- Eighth graders test like college freshmen on ITBS tests.
- Better than 80% of all students test above proficiency in math and reading on Map Tests which are criterion-referenced and similar to Colorado TCAPs
- In the last 3 years 91 graduates entered high school taking 141 honors classes.
Our family has been truly blessed knowing the love and support of the community of MPB Church and School. My children have been at MPB since kindergarten. You can tell the teachers love what they are doing and the children WANT to be there to learn. I wouldn’t change our school for anyplace else. -Mom of two
Reinforcement Family Environment
We have been very pleased with our experience at MPB School. We have two children that have attended MPB Middle School. We have moved several times around the country during our children’s school years, but have felt blessed to be a part of the MPB community. Our oldest son recently started high school and has had a very smooth transition. Academically, he was well prepared and continues to excel, but most importantly, he has grown into a young man who is comfortable with who he is. The teachers at MPB really care about the whole aspect of each child. -Mom of a graduate and a 2014 seventh grader.
Most Precious Blood School is a Catholic community empowering students to reach their highest potential through instruction and practice of the Catholic faith, in academics, personal growth, and social responsibility.