Totino-Grace Mission Statement

Totino-Grace is an Archdiocesan co-educational Catholic high school in the Lasallian tradition. Welcoming a student body that is academically, economically, and culturally diverse, we strive for equity and excellence in all programs. Recognizing the key elements of our mission as learning, faith, community, and service, we seek to provide a safe environment that places priority on mutual respect, self-discipline, and acknowledgment of our responsibility in the world community.

Vision Statement

Totino-Grace is an innovative, vibrant Catholic Lasallian high school known for academic rigor and relevance.  Enriching student-teacher relationships and dynamic experiential learning opportunities inspires all students to reach their academic, faith, and personal goals.  Financial stability and vitality ensure accessibility and transformative success for our students and school community.

Our Core Values


  • Every student has inherent, immeasurable worth and is a child of God.
  • Participating in a deep and meaningful sense of community inspires students to know God, love God, and live God.  


  • Every student has the capacity and desire to learn.
  • Fostering personalized experiences so each student feels valued, inspired, and a sense of belonging.
  • Providing innovative and rigorous learning opportunities that ignite learning.
  • Experiential learning opportunities.  
  • Engaging students in collaborative and creative experiences focusing on solving real problems.
  • Designing collaborative staff development that is grounded in data and best practices.  
  • Maximizing the school’s resources and providing affordable tuition.


  • In the importance of creating a safe, supportive, and welcoming environment.         
  • Diversity enriches both the individual and community.
  • Every student deserves to be treated respectfully.
  • Meaningful relationships between teachers and students strongly impact whole student development, resulting in greater student self-confidence, motivation, and achievement.
  • Partnering with parents and other community members, so all voices can be heard as we work together to create a school that inspires every student.


  • Students should experience what it feels like to serve others.
  • Students should be provided with an array of experiences to become active and responsible participants in their school, local, and global communities.
  • Developing a sense of responsibility and respect for oneself, others, and the community in order to work and live as dynamic citizens.
Totino-Grace High School

1350 Gardena Avenue NE, Fridley, MN 55432
Main: 763-571-9116 | Fax: 763-571-9118

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