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Curriculum

 

St. Pius X School provides a broad and relevant curriculum that is based on its Mission, Philosophy, and School-Wide Learning Expectations.  The students are held to high academic standards.  This is evidenced by a strong curriculum including: religion, reading, writing, spelling, math, science, health, social studies, physical education, foreign language, computer science, library, music and art.

Utilizing a variety of learning modalities, students are given opportunities to acquire and practice academic skills including problem solving, critical and creative thinking skills, active listening, public speaking, writing with purpose and clarity, and reading for understanding, knowledge, and enjoyment.  

Archdiocesan grade level curriculum expectations provide the basis for curriculum planning and scope and sequence at St. Pius X.  They foster academic excellence equipping each student to develop moral excellence as they grow into life-long learners witnessing the real presence of Jesus Christ in our global community, the Body of Christ.

Utilizing a variety of learning modalities, students are given opportunities to acquire and practice academic skills including problem-solving, critical and creative thinking skills, active listening, public speaking, writing with purpose and clarity, and reading for understanding, knowledge, and enjoyment. Core subject curricula and methodologies are reviewed yearly on a rotating basis using a Process for School Improvement outlined by the Western Catholic Educational Association (WCEA).