Graduate Profile

Graduates of Catholic Schools in the Archdiocese of Atlanta are…

Courageous Disciples of Christ who…

  • Model Gospel values in their daily lives.
  • Nurture a personal relationship with Jesus through prayer, worship, sacramental life and community.
  • Recognize individual strengths and talents as gifts from God.
  • Display empathy, compassion, charity and a commitment to serve others – being the hands and feet of Jesus to those in their community and beyond.
  • Act with integrity, fairness, justice and respect recognizing the worth and dignity of every person.
  • Understand and live their faith joyfully and courageously.

Active Learners who…

  • Possess a continuous thirst for knowledge, inquiry and truth.
  • Think critically, communicate effectively, and work collaboratively.
  • Accept challenges with determination and grit, taking risks to explore new ideas and innovative strategies to solve problems.
  • Communicate confidently and creatively in diverse ways.

Well-Rounded Leaders who…

  • Make wise, ethical and moral decisions.
  • Are self-confident, self-disciplined people of integrity.
  • Are creative, open-minded and reflective.
  • Are respectful, responsible and productive citizens giving back to society through community service
  • Assume leadership roles and cultivate awareness in building a just society reflected in the Seven Principles of Catholic Social Teaching.

Rigorous Academics

  • Challenging curriculum aligned to national standards
  • Average standardized test scores above the national average
  • Well rounded course offerings including art, music, foreign language, technology, and PE to complement the core subjects of religion, math, language arts, social studies, and science
  • Accredited schools staffed by qualified professionals
  • Total of 21 different AP courses taught at the high school level

Faith Based Education

  • Daily education in values which complements the teaching of the parents, the child’s primary educators
  • Instruction grounded in the teachings of the Catholic Church and infused throughout the curriculum
  • Age appropriate opportunities for students to practice their faith through service to others
  • Regular mass attendance for all students, daily mass offered for high school students

Nurturing Environment

  • Christ centered atmosphere
  • Welcoming environment that recognizes and celebrates student racial, religious, and ethnic diversity
  • Supportive community that cultivates self-discipline and motivation and encourages student learning and achievement
  • Structured programs to maximize instructional opportunities


  • Clearly defined technology curriculum focused on basic skills including keyboarding, fundamental technology operations, ethics and digital citizenship, problem-solving, creativity, communications, research, and information fluency
  • Integration of technology tools and applications across academic disciplines
  • Commitment to providing instructional technology teachers and students evidenced by an average 2 to 1 student-to-student computer use ratio and the use of multiple funding sources for securing software, hardware, and network infrastructure

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