St. John Neumann Regional Catholic School’s commitment to the learning process is reflected in a curriculum that adjusts to the unique needs of individual students while respecting the rights, interests, and personal dignity of each child. The school’s sound academic curriculum prepares students to become productive members of society in a world that is becoming increasingly competitive.
St. John Neumann uses a standards-based curriculum that was carefully designed by expert teams of teachers, administrators, and specialists from across the Archdioceses. It is a beautiful balance of classical education with 21st-century skills students will need to be successful in the future.
St. John Neumann Regional Catholic School strives to meet the educational needs of all of its students in the academic spectrum. Children who need additional academic support outside the classroom may be referred to the Academic Coaching Program to provide strategies for each child’s success and is designed to meet the learning style needs of students. Coaching is available to those students who meet specified criteria. Early intervention is one of the goals of the program. Students meet in small groups with a concentration on reading and math skills, academic subject reviews, study skills, and test preparation.
By challenging each student to do his or her best, the faculty ensures that students develop the skills necessary for success. This is evidenced by the exceptional performance of students from SJNRCS who go on to public, private, and parochial high schools with 100% acceptance to the school of their choice.