Outreach, an outward-facing part of Mission and Ministry, is committed to conducting four annual projects.
Additional outreach efforts are always considered as the Villa Maria community senses a need.
The mission and ministry of Villa Maria is rooted in her oldest and best loved tradition: The Children of Mary. This tradition calls all students to a way of life that is characterized by prayer, devotion to Mary, and service.
Participation in Campus Ministry, Service Learning, Social Justice initiatives, and Outreach invites students to deepen their identity as daughters of God the Father, sisters of Jesus our Redeemer, and children of Mary, our Mother. Students are formally inducted into this tradition with the reception of a medal of Our Lady. The Mission and Ministry leadership team and homeroom representatives meet regularly to coordinate activities.
Campus Ministry, an essential component of life at Villa Maria, fosters an environment of prayer and spirituality for the school community through liturgical celebrations, Eucharistic Ministry, prayer experiences, and retreats. Various groups help to serve the needs of Campus Ministry.
Service Learning fosters learning and service to the community. Students apply knowledge and skills developed in the classroom to service opportunities in the community. In turn, the service experiences help create conditions for students to succeed in the classroom and in life.
Diversity, the quality of being different or unique at the individual or group level, is celebrated at Villa Maria. Equity is our promise of fair treatment, opportunity and advancement while working to identify and remove barriers. Inclusion is the act of bringing the individuals of the VMA community and their differences together.