Please click the following link to reach the Archdiocese of Detroit Schools page, where you can explore the curriculum and standards for all Archdiocese of Detroit Catholic Schools.

The individual learning needs of the students are monitored and addressed through the study of standardized testing history, parent survey responses, and tracking of student progress by the faculty members.

Some of the features of our curriculum that are of importance include the following:

  • Junior K with part time or full time option
  • Weekly all school liturgies with homilies geared to children
  • Daily religion classes
  • Full day kindergarten program (5 days/week) is available
  • Service projects that encourage stewardship to our students
  • Peaceful, safe environment in which Christian values and caring discipline are hallmarks
  • Teachers, who are interested in your child’s wholeness, communicate with you frequently
  • On-line gradebook program allows you to constantly monitor your child’s progress
  • Honors mathematics program for students in grades five through eight
  • Small math and reading groups that allow for no more than 15:1 student/teacher ratio enhance instruction and learning
  • School staffed resource room with a special education teacher who addresses the various learning needs of all students
  • Support classes including Art, Computers, Music, Physical Education and Library for grades K-5
  • Spanish instructions in grades six through eight
  • Numerous competitions for student participation in areas of math, science, spelling, writing, art and physical education
  • Fully networked with internet and wireless connections available in the computer lab and classrooms
  • Textbook revisions/updates on a yearly basis
  • Annual standardized testing in all grade levels
  • Active parent groups allow parents to be involved in their child’s school
  • CYO football, basketball, volleyball, and baseball
  • Robotics Club