The mission of Villa Madonna Academy is to educate students in grades K-12 for full Christian participation in 21st century life. Villa is committed to forming students who seek God in the Benedictine tradition of reverence and peace, scholarship, service and community.
Villa Madonna Academy, a co-ed Catholic school serving students in grades K-12, accepts the challenge of preparing students to respect themselves and others, to have a sense of self-discipline, to accept personal responsibility for their attitudes and actions, and to dedicate themselves to academic excellence and life-long learning.
Villa Madonna Academy will be known as a community that:
demonstrates the Benedictine values of hospitality, reverence, peace, scholarship, service, stewardship and family;
embraces students and families from diverse backgrounds, and integrates with the larger communities beyond Villa Madonna Academy;
enables students to grow in all dimensions, developing into critical thinkers who are positive contributors to society;
integrates the arts, traditional academic disciplines, and information technology to improve learning, communication, and administrative processes;
results in students, families, teachers, staff and alumni who are committed to their own success as well as to the success of Villa Madonna Academy.
Our Statement of Philosophy
Villa Madonna Academy, sponsored by the Benedictine Sisters of Saint Walburg Monastery, is a community founded on love of God, reverence for others, care for the environment and respect for the individual.
Villa Madonna Academy’s goal is to prepare students for an active, God-centered life as responsible, effective members of society. Villa, therefore, offers academic programs designed to foster the development of persons of integrity who use their gifts to participate in and serve the communities of the world. Villa Madonna Academy is committed to a strong college preparatory program. Students of varying academic abilities are welcomed to the elementary program while only college-bound students are admitted to the high school program. Members of the Villa family work collaboratively to meet student needs through appropriate learning and teaching methods. Villa is the place for young men and women to acquire the skills, the knowledge and the spirit needed for full participation in the 21st century.