Aquinas High School
The high school curriculum requires at least 26 credits for graduation, of which 23 are required classes, including:  4 English, 4 Religion, 3.5 Social Studies, 3 Science, 3 Mathematics, 2 International Languages (French, Spanish, or Latin), 1 Fine Arts (music, art, or drama), 1.5 Physical Education, .5 Health, and .5 Basic Computer Applications. 

A variety of elective classes are offered in each academic discipline.

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Aquinas Middle School
The Middle School curriculum builds on skills learned at the elementary level and prepares the students with he skills and knowledge they need for success in high school.

Core academic classes that meet daily are:  Religion, Language Arts/Literature, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies.

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Blessed Sacrament Elementary School


The Blessed Sacrament School curriculum builds on skills learned at the primary grades and prepares students with teh skills they need for success in middle school.

In addition to core academic classes, students participate in enrichment courses, which rotate on a six day cycle.  Including:  Music, Instrumental Music (4th - 6th grades), Art, Physical Education, Technology, Guidance, and Foreign Language (French and Spanish).

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Cathedral Elementary School
Cathedral School offers a faith-centered and academically enriched curriculum for students in 4K through second grade. The school's programs are designed to nurture within students a love of learning and a love for Christ.

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St. Patrick Elementary School
St. Patrick School offers a comprehensive Catholic education for preschool and elementary students, building the skills and confidence students need for success in middle school.

In addition to core academic classes, students participate in enrichment courses, which rotate on a six day cycle: Music, Instrumental Music (4th - 6th grades), Art, Physical Education, Technology, Guidance, Foreign Language (French & Spanish).

 
 
Mary, Mother of the Church Early Childhood Center

The Early Childhood Center uses Creative Curriculum, a national model for developing the social/emotional, physical, cognitive, and language skills that make children successful in school and life.

Teachers use this program as a basis for planning and providing activities to meet the developmental and learning needs of the children in their care.

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