Catholic education assists in the formation of moral character and preparing students for life vocations. Gospel values and Catholic Church social teachings are integrated into each area of curriculum at AHS. Students are offered experiences of celebrating various forms of liturgical prayer throughout the school year. These include opportunities for daily prayer, chapel Mass and Reconciliation, Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament, regularly scheduled all-school Masses, class Masses, and Holy Day Masses. Communal Penance services are offered during Advent and Lent. The Rosary, Stations of the Cross, and other prayer services are prayed together on occasion as well. Retreats are scheduled every year for all grade levels. Each spring, a Baccalaureate Mass is celebrated for the graduating class and their families.
Every Assumption High School student, regardless of religious tradition, is required to take Theology each semester. All semesters of attendance, in accordance with the stated goals of Assumption High School, incorporate the student service requirement. Student service hours are coordinated and logged through Campus Ministry and the Faith Seminar course each semester. Each student is encouraged to complete a portion of the service component at his or her parish. Approved service hour opportunities are posted on the Assumption SharePoint site.