Faculty & Staff
Questions? The Faculty and Staff of NAM School will have all the answers you need! Find out who to contact.
From School Events to Parent Meetings, check our School event calendar for current dates & times.
Location & Map
North American Martyrs Church and School are located in the Highlands Subdivision of northwest Lincoln, NE
Sunday, February 18: Mee Ren Monday, February 19: Bonnie Kadavy Tuesday, February 20: Valerie Johnson Wednesday, February 21: Cecilia Nguyen Thursday, February 22: Michele & Terry Reicks Friday, February 23: Chris & Shannon Schroeder Saturday, February 24: Karen Lange
List of Volunteer Events
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Our School Philosophy
North American Martyrs Parish School seeks to fulfill the mandate of Christ to teach the Gospel to all people. (Matthew 28:18 – 20)
As a religious institution, the school seeks to assist Catholic parents in their duty as the primary religious educators of their children by teaching ecclesial doctrine and building community through common prayer and Christ – like service.
As an academic institution, the school seeks to work in partnership with parents in the intellectual, emotional, social, and physical development and growth of their children in harmony with the specific and unique gifts God has given to each child.
The goals of North American Martyrs School are:
- to offer instruction in Catholic doctrine and morals.
- to provide an environment supportive of religious values.
- to form students in the practice of prayer.
- to form students in the practice of virtue.
- to provide opportunities to participate in the Church’s liturgy and devotions.
- to foster the practice of spiritual and corporal works of mercy.
- to form structures and programs that unite parents, school, and Church in the work of Catholic education.
- to impart knowledge and skills, develop understanding, and cultivate appreciation for the basic academic subjects.
- to help students to learn to think logically, critically, and wisely.
- to promote character development, personal integrity, self – reliance, responsibility, perception of beauty, wholesome use of leisure, sound social attitudes and habits, and good physical and mental health.
- to lead students to hear and respond to God’s call to holiness, a particular state in life, apostolic action and heaven.
We, the Family of North American Martyrs School, build up the Kingdom of God, as we work together in faith, knowledge, and loving service.
Father Nathan Hall