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Academic Policies

"The primary work of a Catholic institution is to teach the faith and help our students understand that the world in which they live may not be at its best. Therefore, they must learn the guiding principles of social justice and how to apply them to 'their' world and the larger world around them."

(Reflections of the U.S. Catholic Bishops, 1998)

The goal at Rosary Academy is to provide a rigorous and comprehensive academic curriculum, within a Catholic framework, that will prepare our students with 21st century skills. We will do so by providing an intellectually challenging and relevant curriculum, one that will provide a more personalized, engaging learning environment that is connected to the school and the greater community. The hired teaching faculty are experts in their field and encouraged to improve their skills through continuous professional development in academic and technological areas.

Students in grades 9-12 participate in a seven period schedule that includes four classes per day. Schedules are customized to meet individual students' learning needs based on their academic strengths and interests. Students who are eligible may participate in the Honors/AP program and all may select from a multitude of elective offerings in the core academic areas as well as digital and multimedia design, the visual and performing arts, and athletic medicine.