Bellarmine College Preparatory, a Catholic educational institution operating in the Jesuit tradition of the development of the full person, is a community that is comprised of students, faculty, staff, parents, alumni and friends. As such, we are drawn together by God’s grace to nurture the minds, hearts and bodies of our students as they traverse the pivotal stage of their formation: that of an adolescent. It is an education rooted in the teachings of Saint Ignatius of Loyola. The school strives to provide fair economic access to families of qualified students through affordable tuition and financial aid.
Rooted in this Ignatian tradition, the school strives to form young men who will be contemplatives in action: young men who will be actively engaged in service as a response to God’s love, and who will critically and prayerfully reflect upon how best to put their talents at the service of others. The unique educational experience involves a rigorous curriculum, expansive co-curricular opportunities, a vibrant spirituality and comprehensive Christian Service and Immersion programs. These essential components result in the foundation of a young man who is committed to a life of reflection and prayer, who seeks challenges to enhance his on-going formation, who accepts responsibility and leadership, and who desires to care for those in need. Simply, the goal of a Bellarmine education is to produce a “man for and with others” who possesses a faith that does justice.