The Spartan community is unique as the co-ed environment builds a true sense of family. This family of brothers and sisters is a true reflection of the care and love the students share for one another. During their fours years, boys and girls learn together, pray together, celebrate together, compete together, and serve together. They are partners, navigating the ups and downs of high school together. They support each other as they strengthen their IQ and EQ, becoming well-rounded, responsible, compassionate young adults who care for their school and love each other.
When boys and girls are encouraged to view each other as partners in learning, play, and friendship, the experience shapes the men and women they will become. Great schools have great teachers, who inspire students to develop a love for learning and the confidence to do so in all environments.
Being a skilled and confident individual gains real value when students can apply themselves as part of a partnership or group. The ability to collaborate reflects mutual respect and self-awareness. Working in a co-ed setting solidifies these skills providing students with what is necessary for a lifetime of personal and professional accomplishments.