Academic excellence has been a hallmark of Catholic education in the US since the first Catholic school was founded in 1640 in Maryland. Our graduates acquire a solid college preparatory foundation in the academic core of English, Mathematics, Science, Social Sciences, Theology, and World Languages. Each student also acquires an appreciation of the arts, and proficiency in computer science and public speaking. Students are also encouraged to pursue individual interests through independent study and electivescourses.
Our highly skilled, enthusiastic teachers provide the structure and framework necessary for growth and advancement. In so doing, students realize the value and importance of their work, and become stakeholders in their own education.
Students learn from each other, distinguished faculty and outside experts in an academic program designed with flexibility and a responsive curriculum for a changing academic landscape.