Here at Mission Basilica School, we like to think of our students, parents, faculty, and staff as a close-knit community, a family. As is true with family life, traditions are an important part of our MBS family. They bind us together and our participation in traditions create opportunities for us to interact together.
MBS has many traditions, but a few of our most memorable traditions are: St. Joseph’s Day, May Crowning, and United Nations Day. The time that our community spends together at these events establishes a chance for us to spend time with one another and provides us with enhanced feelings of closeness and belonging.
Our traditions have been passed on by the student body for many years, and we continue to enjoy them year after year.