Holy Cross Center

835 Church St. 
P.O. Box 368
Holy Cross, IA  52053
La Salle Catholic School

Holy Cross and Luxemburg 

La Salle Catholic School is a Preschool through
Eighth grade Catholic School that serves the students and families of Rickardsville, Sherrill, Balltown, Luxemburg, and Holy Cross.

 Luxemburg Center
100 W. Main St.
P.O. Box 139
Luxemburg, IA  52056

Our Faith, Our Children, Our Future
School Tuition Organization
 This STO is a charitable organization representing all of the Catholic K-12 schools in the Archdiocese of Dubuque and St. Paul's Lutheran School in Waverly, IA. The STO receives voluntary cash contributions from Iowa taxpayers and allocates those funds in tuition grants to Iowa school children, who in turn, use those grants to attend one of the schools represented by the STO.
Learn more about how to reduce your Iowa tax amount.
Learn more about how to earmark part of your donation to La Salle School.

Our Faith, Our Children, Our Future is the School Tuition Organization which provides scholarships to families at La Salle School. Please support Catholic Education by making a donation to our STO. It benefits Catholic Education, La Salle school families, and your 2014 Iowa tax bill. As an Iowa taxpayer, you can contribute to the STO and receive an Iowa tax credit equal to 65% of your contribution. The amount you contribute qualifies as a charitable donation on your federal tax return as well. To date, donors to our STO have saved more than $14 million on their Iowa Income Taxes. Additionally, C and S corporations, LLC’s, estates and trusts that file an Iowa tax return can also take advantage of this tax credit program.

First All-School Mass of the School Year
August 2014

Mission Statement/Philosophy

The La Salle Catholic School faculty and staff believe the mission of our school is to provide a quality Christian education.

We believe a quality Christian education includes the following:
  1. Teaching and modeling Christ's message in religious education and permeating it throughout the curriculum.
  2. Developing a personal relationship with God.
  3. Building a united Christian community with family, parish, and society.
  4. Challenging each student to develop his/her intellectual potential at an individualized learning rate.
  5. Emphasizing personal responsibility for learning and choices.
  6. Providing the skills to choose a healthy lifestyle.
  7. Building a healthy self-concept.
  8. Inspiring a love of learning.
  9. Equipping the student with social skills, morals, and values needed in today's and tomorrow's society.