To receive a diploma, which signifies the completion of studies and the ability to live the ideals of the Christian Gentleman, a student must have completed the following minimum requirements
Social Service Projects
One in each the sophomore, junior and senior year.
Three years of science (two of which are lab sciences).
Minimum two years of a modern or classical language.
Four years (or through the completion of Calculus)..
One year of world history; two years of American history.
As determined by the administration.
As required by the state of New Jersey.
Each transfer student will have his transcript and course of studies evaluated on an individual basis. The basic rule is that the transfer students must meet as many of the above stated requirements as possible. His course load and scheduling will help determine this limit. Each transfer student will be given his requirements for graduation at the time of his enrollment.
Typical Course of Studies
- Hebrew and Christian Scriptures; Introduction to the Catholic Faith
- First year of a Language (Spanish, French, Latin). Students may begin beyond the introductory level but must complete two years of study
- Math (Algebra I, Honors Geometry). Students take a placement test to determine math ability.
- Biology (Honors or Rigorous levels)
- World History (Honors or Rigorous levels)
- Grammar and Composition or Honors Composition and Literature
- Gym, Art, Music
- Church History; Social Justice
- Second year of language studies
- Second year of Math
- Chemistry (Honors or Rigorous levels)
- United States History I (Honors or Rigorous levels)
- American Literature (Honors or Rigorous levels)
- Gym, Art, Music
- Decision Making and Moral Theology
- Third year of language studies or an elective
- Third year of Math
- Science Elective
- History II (AP or Rigorous levels)
- World Literature (Honors or Rigorous levels)
- Life Choices; Comparative World Religions
- British Literature (AP, Honors or Rigorous levels)
- Fourth year of Math
- Science elective
- Business elective