Judge Memorial Catholic High School

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Mission Statement

School Prayer
Oh God, you have made us the church of your Son. Make our school a family of one heart and one mind in love toward you and one another. Grant that our common life and work may be an example of love to all around us. Guide our administration, faculty, and students in their work. Keep us secure in your love and goodness. We offer this prayer in the name of Christ the King, our patron. Amen.
 
 
Mission Statement
The mission of Judge Memorial Catholic High School is to create a community through faith and education that will foster the development of each student’s inherent gifts.
 

Philosophy
As a community based on faith, Judge Memorial Catholic High School partners with parents to foster the integration of student’s spiritual, intellectual, emotional, physical, and social development. In our safe, caring, respectful environment, students are empowered to become builders of a more just society.


Our School Seal
Judge Memorial was placed under the patronage of “Christ the King” in 1931 by Bishop John Mitty. The center-point of the Judge Memorial school seal is the shield, or Coat-of-Arms. The left side of the shield illustrates the orb and scepter of a king, the symbols of power bestowed on a ruler. The word basileus comes from the Greek word meaning “King.” On the right side of the shield, we find the liturgical symbol, the Greek Chi (X) and Rho (P), the symbol for Christ. Thus, the shield bears the motto: “Christ the King.”


Alma Mater
We sing of Judge, our Alma Mater, kingly colors red and gold.
From mountains high to valleys low, our story is forever told.
Hail to thee, Judge Memorial Catholic High.
Friendship forever more, our love will never die.
We pledge to thee, our Alma Mater, loyalty and faithfulness.
For e'er we go and what shall be, thy mem'ry in our hearts shall rest.


Our Bulldogs Mascot
As a symbol that unites us, we could not ask for a better mascot to represent the blue-collar work ethic that each Judge student possesses. It is the spirit within us all. It is the understanding that, no matter what the circumstance, we will get things done. It is knowing that it will not always be pretty, and it will not always be easy, but part of being a Bulldog is accepting the challenges set before us. We do not back down. We do not yield. We work until the job is done. We work for the Judge community, and to honor those who have paved the way for us: our families, friends, faculty, staff, coaches, supporters, and former students. We do what we do not for fame, glory, or publicity. We do it All For Judge Pride.
 

Integral Student Outcomes
Effective communication skills in reading, writing, listening and speaking.
Skills and knowledge necessary for success in college.
Logical, critical, and creative thinking.
Responsible and proficient use of technology for learning.