Welcome to School!


“True education is directed towards the formation of the human person in view of his final end and the good of that society to which he belongs and in the duties of which he will, as an adult, have a share.”
–Second Vatican Council, Declaration on Christian Education


Catholic schools are very successful in providing excellent education and spiritual formation for children.  This can be attributed to the high level of involvement, commitment, and dedication on the part of our parents, faculty, administration, and parish community.  At Blessed Sacrament Catholic School, our devoted teachers are well-educated, experienced, and caring.  Our students are guided daily by the principles of their Catholic Faith — love, respect, and compassion — as they interact with those around them.  Our parents are dedicated to ensuring that our school continues to prosper.  In the classroom, the playground, the office, and the cafeteria, we pride ourselves in making Christ’s love visible throughout the entire school.

Blessed Sacrament Catholic School welcomes children of all faiths to our school family!


Blessed Sacrament Catholic Elementary School will be moving to a tuition model for the 2020-21 school year.

For more information:

Letter to School Parents – January 2020
Tuition Q & A
Tuition Details

If you would like to visit our school, contact contact the School Office at 989-835-6777.

A tour will be arranged at your convenience of our classrooms and facilities.

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Blessed Sacrament Parent School Association

All parents and school staff are members of the PSA and invited to attend meetings. We meet once every month at the school. It’s a great way to hear about and provide feedback on activities planned, ideas in the making and distribution of resources!

Dear Blessed Sacrament Parish Community,

Our church will be open for public Masses beginning the weekend of May 30/31, the feast of Pentecost. We are still in the midst of a pandemic, so Mass will look and feel different than the last time we gathered in March. Click here for the Mass guidelines Blessed Sacrament.