Saint Rose Catholic School has been serving families in Sonoma County since 1931. The school is a vital educational ministry of Saint Rose Parish devoted to assisting each student to reach his or her full potential spiritually, academically, socially, emotionally and physically. This Christ-centered education encourages our students to become lifelong learners who are responsible, just and moral leaders.


In the midst of a Catholic faith community, students at St. Rose Catholic School learn that God loves each of us and that our loving response to God leads to a more fulfilling life.  The administration and staff, in partnership with the parents, who are the primary educators of their children, are committed to assisting students in developing their full potential through a program that stimulates spiritual, intellectual, social, emotional, and physical development.

Student Learning Expectations

St. Rose Catholic School Students are people of faith who:

  • Demonstrate a respectful attitude toward themselves and all of God’s creation
  • Display knowledge and understanding of Church teaching and scripture
  • Exhibit love and empathy through kindness and service
  • Actively and consciously participate in prayer and liturgical services

St. Rose Catholic School Students are effective communicators who:

  • Read critically and with understanding
  • Exhibit competence in oral and written expression
  • Demonstrate the ability to listen and interact with others successfully

St. Rose Catholic School Students are independent thinkers and problem solvers who:

  • Apply math skills to real life situations
  • Analyze, interpret, and apply new information from a variety of sources
  • Observe, experiment, discover, and reach solutions
  • Use their understanding of Catholic social justice themes to make a difference in the world

St. Rose Catholic School Students are life-long learners who:

  • Develop their potential through a variety of physical activities
  • Discover and develop their talents and preferences in the fine arts
  • Display knowledge of health and environmental issues
  • Utilize technology to research, communicate, and create