Mount Michael Benedictine School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origins to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to the students.
Benedictine values encompass a broad range of concepts that are central to life within a Christian community. It is quite possible to literally perceive dozens of values that can be deemed as Benedictine in nature. This a testimony to the breadth of “The Rule” and communal life established by Saint Benedict.
There are many opportunities for students to get involved at Mount Michael. Some are competitive, some are participatory. In either case it is all part of getting a well rounded educational experience.
4 Perspectives: Attending Mount Michael
For the second year in a row, for Catholic Schools week, Mount Michael chaplain, Fr. John Hagemann OSB arranged to have 4 individuals address our community on their perspectives on a Mount Michael Benedictine education. Floyd Stoddard ’75 spoke from the perspective of a 7-day boarder from the Nebraska Sandhills in the early years. Jean-Marie Djidjoho ’17, a junior at Creighton University, spoke from the perspective of a recent graduate and first generation immigrant. Joe Bazata ’20 spoke from the perspective of a current senior coming to The Mount from a public school. Tom Feichtinger ’12 spoke from the perspective of a young graduate who is grateful for his Mount Michael experience and encourages everyone to make the most of what Mount Michael offers.