Little Flower School educates the whole student.

Mind. Body. Spirit.

Academic & Extracurricular Programs

National Junior Honor Society

In January of 2002, Little Flower School became a charter member of the National Junior Honor Society, (NJHS). Membership in NJHS is open to those middle school students who meet the required standards in five specific areas: scholarship, leadership, service, citizenship, and character. NJHS membership is determined by students having a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher, outstanding character, strong leadership, and service to the school and community.

Catholic Youth Organization (Sports)

5th-8th Grade Boys & Girls Participate in coed Volleyball. 5th-8th Grade Boys and Girls teams compete against other schools in basketball. K-8 Track Meet: All students at Little Flower have the opportunity to participate in the Annual Diocese Track Meet.

Missoula Children's Theater

Missoula Children’s Theater is open to students in all grades. Auditions will be announced each year around February or March.

Liturgical Choir

Liturgical Choir is open to students in grades 2-8. Students perform at Mass weekly and rehearse one day a week after school.

Pacific Mist Music

In addition to our music curriculum Pacific Mist Music is a private organization which provides private lessons taught at Little Flower School. The teachers of Pacific Mist Music are seasoned professional musicians with a minimum of 15 years teaching & performance experience. All are Classically trained and excellent teacher for students of all ages, keeping your child interested and excited about music.


Yearbook is open to students in grades five through eight. Design meetings are held before and after school.

Sacraments & Parish


The History of St. Therese Church of the Little Flower:

Bishop Thomas K. Gorman established the parish of St. Therese Church of the Little Flower, in 1946, and installed Monsignor Thomas Collins as the first pastor.

In 1974, with the growth of the Parish, Father Robert Bowling, then pastor, and Bishop Norman F. McFarland, began formulating plans for a church to be built on the property with the school and convent. The last Mass was celebrated in the old church July 1, 1978. The first Mass in the new church was celebrated on July 8. 1978. Dedication took place on the feast of the Little Flower, October 1, 1978.

Today the Parish serves the spiritual needs of approximately 4,000 families and is a culturally diverse parish, working together and having pride in our Catholic School!

Little Flower Students Reconciliation

Second grade children, who have been baptized, prepare for the Sacraments of Reconciliation and First Eucharist. Parents are strongly encouraged to attend scheduled meetings for each of these sacramental programs. Parents are provided with support and information at these meetings. If a student in Kindergarten or 1st grade has not been baptized, please contact the church office immediately to begin the process.

Service Opportunities

Altar Servers

Students in 2nd – 8th Grade.

Community Service


Christian Leadership organizes numerous community service projects throughout the year.


Little Flower faculty and staff participate in various community service projects and school projects.