Religious Curriculum

Religion is a part of the daily curriculum for all students grades K-12. In grades K-5, through age-appropriate lessons with their classroom teacher, students learn Christian values and the values and traditions of the Catholic faith. In 6th-12th grade, religious classes are taught one period a day by religion-specific teachers. High school seniors take the ACRE (Assessment of Catechesis/Religious Education) test to measure their religious knowledge relative to students in other schools.