MISSION STATEMENT

It is the mission of Little Flower School to form young people who live their lives, as Jesus did, rooted in prayer, and who strive for a sense of self-worth, academic excellence, and the Catholic values of mercy and compassion.








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What do we have to offer?

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Tuition and Fees for 2007-2008

Parish Subsidy

Frequently Asked Questions:

Do our students attend Mass?

LFS attends Mass every Friday as a school community. We also celebrate our Catholic tradition through celebrations such as: Reconciliation during Advent and Lent, Stations of the Cross during Lent, May Crowning in our beautiful Rose Garden, celebration of our Patron Saint: St. Therese on October 1, Catholic Schools' Week.

What is our average class size?

Little Flower's average class size is about 20 students per class. We have one class for each grade. Currently we have K5 through Grade 8.

Where do our students go to high school?

We have about 70% of our students who will go on to Catholic High School. Some students enter the IB Program. Other students will attend West Tech or their local area high schools. Wherever they go, our students are well prepared.

Is Little Flower an Accredited School?

Yes, in April of 2007, Little Flower received full accreditation through the Florida Catholic Conference.

Are our teachers certified?

Little Flower School teachers are certified and some of them are currently working on their Master's Degrees.