Religious Studies

Religious Studies Department Philosophy

Of central importance to the Catholic identity and Lasallian character of Justin-Siena High School is its Religious Studies courses. The four-year program invites students from all traditions--including Catholic, other Christian, Jewish, Muslim, Buddhist, Confucian, Hindu, and non-religious backgrounds--to gain deeper academic and personal understanding of the core beliefs and practices of Catholicism through foundational study of Scripture, the Church, ethics and morality, Catholic social thought, spirituality, and world religions. The department’s emphasis is on students’ lived experience, their intellectual and spiritual growth, and their development of skills in inquiry and research.


Justin-Siena Graduation Requirement:  Four years required

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    Georgine Clarke 

    Instructor of Religious Studies; Department Chair
    707.255.0950 ext. 663