The faculty, staff, and especially our hard-working students should be proud of their results. In so many areas, they are exceeding expectations and are demonstrating what we’ve always known to be true. That our faith based curriculum guided by Catholic tradition is creating educated students that excel in the classroom and beyond.
of graduates are attending 2 or 4 year colleges or military.
higher education acceptance with 78% acceptance into the schools to which they apply.
of students are enrolled in early college classes.
For the Class of 2019, our ACT average was 22.1. This compares to an average ACT score of 19 across the county (based on the SAT equivalent). The highest average score by any other high school in Jackson County is 20. This two point difference represents 2 additional years of learning, based on ACT’s growth model.
of 11th and 12th graders participate in a school-based,credit-bearing work or internship program.
We offer 4 years of Spanish, French, and German.
Our 24 varsity sports teams have won 49 state championships in 50 years of enrollment.
90 distinct courses
6 AP Classes
14 distinct courses in the Fine Arts
13 distinct courses in the Sciences