The Mission of Good Shepherd Catholic School is to model and promote the Gospel of Jesus Christ. We commit ourselves to empowering a faith-filled community of students in grades Pre-K through 8 that educates and nurtures the whole person. We strive to develop a sense of justice and responsibility to our local and world community. We teach our children to "love God and your neighbor as yourself.
Raphael is in the 8th grade and started at Good Shepherd last year. He easily fit in with that class after moving here from California. Rafael’s favorite subject in school is Science and his favorite color is black. He enjoys playing football and eating nerds candy. Rafael’s best memories at Good Shepherd come from Field Day. He enjoys the sportsmanship, water games, and free time. He also really loved playing in the softball game.
Father Brian Lewis shared the Our Lady of Wilmington painting with Good Shepherd students, faculty and parishioners. The painting was commissioned as part of the sesquicentennial celebration of the Diocese of Wilmington. Thank you, Father Lewis, for sharing with us the many symbolic details within the painting. Original Artwork by Neilson Carlin © 2018
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The Sesquicentennial of the Diocese of Wilmington celebrates God’s people “Rejoicing in the Lord since 1868.”
The Ten Commandments offer us the freedom to know, love, and serve God and one another as we “Rejoice in the Lord.”
Each month, students will study a commandment and how it relates to a specific virtue. Click on the heading above for more specific information.