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School Curriculum

Cathedral Prep offers a demanding college prep curriculum that prepares students to handle the academic rigors of college. A variety of courses are offered that challenge our students to grow and develop their knowledge and skills in a variety of subject areas. In addition to the core curriculum, a variety of electives are offered to broaden and tap into the students' interests.

Levels of Courses of Study

The Cathedral Preparatory School offers three levels of study in college preparatory work designed as follows:

Advanced Placement (AP) College level courses offered to able, ambitious students and designed to meet the Advanced Placement Examinations of the College Entrance Examination Board.

Honors (H) College preparatory courses which require advanced work or in-depth study beyond regular academic requirements.

Academic (A) College Preparatory courses which meet the average standards of college entrance requirements.

Grading Scale and Quality Points

Core academic subjects are weighted with Quality Point Values in respect to the three levels of study. This system provides an equitable method of
determining Scholastic Honors and class rank.

ABCDF
AP/PreAp65410
H54310
A43210

Graduation Requirements

UNITS COURSES

4.0 Language Arts

4.5 Mathematics

4.0 Science

4.0 Social Studies

4.0 Theology

2.0 Health and Physical Education

2.0 Foreign Language

2.0 Fine Arts

3.5 General Electives

Twenty-Five (25) Service Hours each of the four Years


30.0 Total Hours


Freshmen Course Outline

FRESHMAN YEAR

UNITS COURSES

1.0 Revelation in Christ/Person of Christ

1.0 English 1

1.0 World History 1

1.0 Algebra 1 or Geometry

1.0 Integrated Science or Biology

1.0 Foreign Language

.25 Phys Ed

.25 Health

0.5 Computer Applications 1

0.5 Fine Arts Course

0.5 Non-Core Course

Sophomore Course Outline

SOPHOMORE YEAR

UNITS COURSES

1.0 Mission of Christ/The Church

1.0 English 2

1.0 World History 2

1.0 Geometry or Algebra 2/Trig

1.0 Biology or Chemistry

1.0 Foreign Language

0.25 Health (Driver's Ed)

0.25 Phys Ed

0.25 Computer Applications 2

0.25 Exploring Probability & Statistics History

1.0 Non-Core Courses

Junior Course Outline

JUNIOR YEAR

UNITS COURSES

1.0 The Sacraments/Morality

1.0 English 3

1.0 US History

1.0 Algebra 2, Algebra 2/Trig or Prob & Stat

1.0 Chemistry or Science

0.25 Phys Ed or Pool

0.25 Health

0.5 *Speech

0.5 *Computer

0.5 *Art Appreciation or Music History or Movie History

Non-Core Courses

Senior Course Outline

SENIOR YEAR

UNITS COURSES

1.0 Social Justice/Discipleship

1.0 English 4

0.5 Government

0.5 Psych or Child Psych

1.0 Trig/Alg 3, Trig/Statistics or Calculus

1.0 Science

0.25 Phys Ed or Pool

0.25 Health

0.5 *Computer

0.5 *Art Appreciation or Music History or Movie History

0.5 *Speech

Non-Core Courses

* Required Grade 11 or 12


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