A Catholic education provides students with a challenging curriculum that is rigorous, relevant, and above all, rooted in the Catholic faith. For nearly ten years, the Archdiocese of Philadelphia has partnered with the international Center for Leadership in Education. The Center examines our curriculum to ensure our students gain the appropriate learning skills and abilities each year. In addition, we work closely with the Partnership for 21st Century Skills to guarantee our schools and academic programs are equipped with the strongest instructional tools available.
With emphases on learning, self-improvement, spiritual well being, and inter-personal relationships, our Philadelphia Catholic Schools focus on equipping students with the skills needed to become respectful, contributing members of society. With small class sizes, each student receives an exceptional education with an emphasis on “small group learning.” Our teachers are dedicated to the academic and moral development of all students, ensuring each child receives the attention they deserve to be able to reach their full potential. Each grade’s curriculum has been specifically designed with these things in mind.