Saint Julia Catholic Elementary School has students from kindergarten to grade 8. It was opened in September 2004, and was blessed on April 7, 2005. St Julia School was established to support Catholic parents in their responsibility for the spiritual, religious, moral, academic and physical needs of their children, in accordance with the teachings of the Church. St. Julia School was named for St. Julie Billiart of France (1715-1816). St. Julie's spirit came from her deep belief that to live fully, one needed to be large-hearted. She cared for the sick and wounded during the French Revolution and founded the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur after seeing a vision of the crucified Lord. She died peacefully on April 8, 1816 at the age of 64. Julie was canonized by Pope Paul VI in 1969. Her feast day is April 8.
The school motto is: "Like the sunflower follows the sun, always turn towards our Good God," a saying of St Julie Billiart.