The four Dominican Pillars inform and inspire the work of the campus ministry program in many ways, including:
We set aside time in classes, assemblies, retreats and liturgies to join together in prayer. Special intentions for our students, families, community and world are remembered. Prayer is celebrated through spoken word, music and dance.
We cherish the fact that Flintridge Sacred Heart is a faith community within an academic setting. This setting allows students to study faith and spirituality within four years of religious study.
We celebrate our strength as a vibrant faith community, ensuring that we gather together to mark special religious, seasonal and academic occasions. Each grade gathers together multiple times during the year for retreats.
We expect each student and family to give back to their communities. While each student must complete a minimum number of service hours in a year, many go above and beyond through their continued service to the poor, the young, the elderly, the disenfranchised and the earth.