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Students in the Catholic schools of the Diocese are provided with the educational opportunities that prepare them for a wide variety of careers in the 21st century. Curriculum is based on national standards, New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards, diocesan expectations and educational research, opening doors to a teaching /learning process that strives to meet the individual needs of students, offers technology education for the digital age and literacy for life in reading, writing and mathematics.
Our elementary students score higher than the national average in reading, language arts and math. With their focus on college prep, our secondary schools see 98 percent of their students take the SAT and/or ACT tests for admission to college and universities. Of our graduates, 96-98 percent go on to either a two- or four-year college.
Athletics in our Catholic schools provide students with the opportunity to strengthen their physical, mental and spiritual lives. Every sport teaches students to work and live as a team, to recognize strengths and weaknesses in themselves and others, to develop a strong work ethic and to strive toward a common goal. Faith is at the heart of Catholic school athletics, encouraging participants to be models of Christian virtue and examples of gratitude for their God-given talents.
High schools in the Diocese are also part of the Catholic Athletes for Christ program. The CAC Cathlete chapters of this national program for professional athletes instill the teachings of the Church on the dignity of the human person, and based the wholeness of the body, mind, and soul as created by God. Cathletes are encouraged to live the core virtues of charity, honesty, humility, meekness, moderation, purity and good-sportsmanship.