Special Academics Programs
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*Cathedral Prep is one of the few schools in the state that require 100% of students to take a college admission test.
Cathedral Prep has several special academic programs that are available to qualified students:
Gannon Scholars Program
Select Juniors and Seniors with high-ranking QPA may be invited to participate in the Gannon Scholars Program. Juniors must have a minimum QPA of 4.5 and seniors must have a minimum QPA of 4.25 to be considered. 1st choice courses (those with the highest QPA’s) are Monday – Wednesday- Friday, 8:00 a.m. -8:55 a.m. and 9:00 a.m. – 9:55 a.m. Tuesday-Thursday courses are 8:00 a.m.- 9:30 a.m. Courses may be used for high school credit and college credit at accepting universities. Students may take up to 3 courses each semester on the Gannon University Campus depending on course availability. Students potentially have the opportunity of taking up to 9 credits each semester and may complete 36 credits in 2 years. Students will meet with their School Counselor to enroll and select classes each semester. Students will be placed according to Gannon’s allotment of students per course. Once the course is filled students will have the option of taking courses at other times during the day (only if schedule allows) or after school hours. All costs associated with this program are in addition to regular tuition.
Students must maintain a B average or higher in all courses and maintain an attendance record consistent with Gannon’s Freshman Class expectations. Failure to do so will result in a student’s removal from the program. Students operate on professor policies for all course participation, grading, and final exams. Mid-term grades from Gannon will be used as the 1st quarter and 3rd quarter grades.
Other College Credit Opportunities
Cathedral Preparatory School also has agreements with the University of Pittsburgh to give students college credit in several other courses taught on the Prep campus. Cathedral Prep continues to pursue agreements with additional colleges and universities in an effort to offer even greater opportunities to students. Programs will be made available to all students who meet the requirements of the individual institution.