Graduates of Catholic Schools in the Archdiocese of Atlanta are…
Disciples of Christ who…
- Are centered on Gospel values,
- Recognize the gifts they have been given by God,
- Are willing to serve others in their community and beyond,
- Understand and live their faith according to God’s will.
Life long learners who...
- Have mastered the appropriate basic skills and concepts,
- Are able to apply what they have learned to real life situations,
- Are able to use technology as problem solving tools,
- Are able to think critically, communicate effectively, and work collaboratively.
Well rounded individuals who…
- Make wise ethical and moral decisions,
- Are self-confident, self-disciplined people of integrity,
- Are creative and open minded,
- Are respectful and productive citizens.
- 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
- 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, digital citizenship, and problem solving
- Integration of technology tools and applications across academic disciplines
- Commitment to providing instructional technology teachers and students alike as evidenced by an estimated 3 to 1 student to student use computer ratio and average annual school technology budget of $140,000.