Hill-Murray School is Catholic Benedictine school and fundamental to our mission are three cornerstones: We are a strong catechetical community, we are an institution of academic excellence, and we strive for excellence in cocurricular programming.
Through these cornerstones, our students use their gifts and talents to give glory to God and serve their neighbor. We cultivate our faith community by presenting the teachings of the Catholic faith, encouraging students to deepen their relationship with God, and encouraging a spirit of service.
We are rooted in the traditions of our the founders of our school: the Benedictine Sisters, guided by the Rule of St. Benedict, and the Christian Brothers, founded by St. John Baptist De La Salle. These traditions are expressed through our charisms (spiritual gifts) of faith, leadership, service and community.
This charism incorporates prayer, faith formation and healthy spirituality. Our faith is absolutely vital to what we bring to the community and the world.
Hill-Murray produces leaders that are ready to engage with the world and make substantive, positive change as they move into their adult roles.
Hill-Murray distinguishes itself as a school proud of its history of service to the community. Our expectation is that students will be “the hands and feet of Jesus,” serving the community in numerous ways each year, and our students are actively involved in service and social justice.
At Hill-Murray, we aim to embrace everybody here, and everybody out there, because we know we are here to reflect the love of Christ.