Our educational approach develops capable and independent students. High School students in a hybrid model learn through experience essential skills of time-management and studiousness. Our high school is perfect for students and families who want a committed academic environment, a flexible schedule, training in essential study habits and virtues, the opportunity to learn and compete in other programs in the St. Louis area.
There is constant encouragement of the student not only to moral and sacramental living, but also to the exercise of all the supernatural virtues which lead to the highest union with God. There’s constant insistence on the social purposes of education. There’s the equipping of the student not only to live as a Christian adult, but also to earn a living in a way satisfying to himself and beneficial to society. For the subjects taught in a classical curriculum and the responsibilities given to the hybrid student are the surest to training a future leader.
The House System provides opportunities for cooperation, spirited competition, mentorship, responsibility, and leadership for grades 6-12. The House System promotes the behaviors and attitudes the virtues and values of JPII.
The three houses each have a patron saint, house prayer, and house colors.
Houses compete in games that foster academic and social excellence; the houses also elect members to Student Council.