The Religious Education program at SPS is one that proclaims the goodness of God and centers on Christ. The curriculum flows from Scripture and presents Catholic doctrine in a way that nurtures faith, hope, and love in students and prepares them for Christian leadership.

Students are actively involved in prayer, liturgical experiences, and social responsibilities.

The Religion program guides students to an understanding of the complex moral issues they will face as adults. Each year, students participate in monthly social justice projects which benefit Adopt-a-Family, Mount Carmel Guild, Trenton Area Soup Kitchen (TASK), a sister parish in Uganda, Cystic Fibrosis Research, HomeFront, and the Holy Childhood Association.

SPS "walks the talk" by living its written mission everyday through the actions of the administration, teachers, parents and students.