Academic success is a defining outcome of a Catholic education. High expectations are set, for all students, from day one. Respect, accountability and confidence are the foundation from which our students act and excel.
Archdiocese of Omaha students outperform their local and national peers on important standardized tests.
NEW: The Catholic Schools Office is currently revising science curriculum to be one step ahead of State of Nebraska standards. We're developing a new science assessment in line with Next Generation Science Standards, that will focus on critical thinking to further awaken greatness within our science classrooms.
Certainly, different students have different plans for their future. But at Catholic School, we prepare our students to succeed in college. We’re proud of the fact that over 96% of all Catholic high school graduates enroll in colleges, universities or other post-secondary institutions.
The Archdiocese of Omaha schools write and use curriculum guides specifically designed to the archdiocesan mission and goals for student success. The state and national standards provide the foundation of the curriculum from which more rigorous standards are developed, including a critical infusion of our Catholic identity. Following the archdiocesan curriculum assures that schools are meeting the goals of the archdiocesan mission as well as the requirements set forth by the Nebraska Department of Education. All 70 schools of the Archdiocese of Omaha are accredited by the State of Nebraska. Our schools offer study in traditional coursework along with an array of electives to help challenge the minds of our inquisitive learners.