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The Jesuit curriculum is designed for students to be challenged and successful. With a 9:1 student-teacher ratio and 67% of teaching faculty holding an advanced degree, students are provided a four-year curriculum that is grounded in the classical Jesuit tradition of excellence, introspection, and intellectual challenge. Students are required to earn 26.5 credits with a minimum of four credits in Math, English, Theology, Science, and Social Studies; three credits in Language; and one credit in Computer Science, Physical Education/Health, and Fine Arts.

Course Catalog

Departments & Courses

Summer Programs

Summer school allows current and incoming Jesuit students the opportunity to pursue special interests, advance in their course progression, stay committed to their physical fitness, or just stay connected with the campus. Current students have the opportunity to sign up for summer school and athletic programs through RangerNet in the spring and incoming students get information in the admissions information.

*Academic Courses offered:
  • Computer Science
    • Game Design
    • Introduction to Robotics: Computer Programing
  • Fine Arts
    • Art Survey
    • Ceramics
    • Music Appreciation
    • Art of Film
    • Theater Arts
    • Watercolor
  • Math
    • Pre-calculus
  • Science
    • Astronomy
    • Engineering Design
    • Marine Biology - Various Caribbean Islands**
    • Microbiology
  • Social Studies
    • Government
    • Economics
    • Geography and Foundations
    • History of Rome - Rome, Italy**
    • Psychology
    • Close-Up Government - Washington, D.C.**
  • Theology
    • Christian Relationships
    • Interreligious Dialogue

*Courses may change year to year.
** Courses part of our Global Citizenship travel program.

Athletic Programs Offered
  • Freshman Athletic Performance Camp
  • Olympic Sport Performance Camp
  • Sport Specific Performance Camps: Football, Baseball, Basketball, Swimming, Water Polo