St. Monica Catholic Academy
Pilot High School Class Offering for 2020-2021
St. Monica Catholic School will be launching our St. Monica Academy High School pilot program serving students in the 9th-11th grades for the 2020-21 school year. Our course offering will be available individually or a core curriculum of 6 transferable high school course credits. The high school schedule allows students to participate in after-school sports at their home high school, which is highly encouraged.
|8:40-9:35||Algebra & Geometry||Algebra & Geometry||Algebra & Geometry||Algebra & Geometry||Mass|
|9:37-10:17||Open||Latin||Latin||Latin||Algebra & Geometry|
|12:03-12:43||Theology||American History||Theology||American History||Open|
|12:48-1:28||Theology||American History||Theology||American History|
|1:30-2:10||American Literature & Composition||American Literature & Composition||American Literature & Composition||American Literature & Composition||American Literature & Composition|
Possible addition of Art History and Music Theory, time to be determined.
Tuition and Fees
Each course is $1,000 plus a one-time $200 application/registration fee for the first child and $50 each additional child.
Students are responsible for books and supplies. Lockers and Study Hall space provided.Apply Online
For more information about the high school course offerings contact Martha Ritter at email@example.com
How is a “classical” curriculum different from what they’re doing in other schools?
Classical schools teach all of the subjects in an integrated manner. History, literature, philosophy, and theology pursued together to create a rich experience with history throughout time.
Classical schools aim to cultivate wisdom and virtue through teaching students Latin, exposing them to “Great Books” and focusing on appreciation of “beauty, goodness, and truth.”
Classical versus Secular
|Ordered toward eternal happiness||Ordered toward material ends|
|Integration of subjects, knowledge, faith||Fragmented, industrialized|
|Restores meaning and purpose||Focus on practical skills|
|Awakes wonder||Emphasis on information|
|Nurtures the moral imagination||Ignores the moral imagination|
|Cultivates habits of rigorous thinking||One mile wide, one inch deep|
|Constant discussion = active learning||Lectures + testing = passive learning|
|Develops intellectual freedom||Limits theological exposure|
High School Latin
This course is designed for the enthusiastic and disciplined learner. It is a grammar-based course that will have students reading original and edited works by the Ancients from day one. It is structured to follow an advanced High School curriculum; Latin I and II the first two years, Latin III – Selected Authors (or UWHS 103) and Latin IV – Caesar & Vergil (Advanced Placement).