Excellence in Catholic Education


  • Curriculum

    Top 10 Reasons Why Our School is an Excellent Choice

    ·         Faith, value, personal responsibility and respect for self and others are top priority

    ·         Strong curriculum utilizing proven methodologies along with innovation to develop critical thinking skills

    ·         Technology, Science Fair, Spanish, Academic Decathlon, field trips, and elective offered in middle school

    ·         Foster creativity through Art, Music, and Theatre Arts

    ·         An inclusive environment working with all learners

    ·         Dynamic, involved parent community

    ·         Highly qualified, collaborative faculty with ongoing professional development

    ·         Numerous extracurricular activities including Catholic Youth Organization (CYO)

    Sports team, dance, cheer, Scouts and chess

    ·         Secure neighborhood campus

    ·         Service outreach in the community


  • Decathlon



    The Los Angeles Junior High Academic Decathlon draws together over 100 schools in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles in an academic competition spanning multiple subject areas and both individual and team events. Students in the middle school begin preparation in the fall for the March event. The study guide is distributed to all participating archdiocese’s in the state of California.


  • Astro Camp

    AstroCamp is located in the San Jacinto Mountains near the town of Idyllwild, two hours east of Los Angeles, California. This beautiful 80-acre campus is found on the edge of a mountain meadow surrounded by pine, oak and manzanita. Our facilities and labs offer state of the art equipment for exploring science and the natural world. The campers and counselors are housed in comfortable dorms and meals are served in our lodge-style dining hall. AstroCamp is a hands-on physical science program with an emphasis on astronomy and space exploration. Our classes and activities are designed to inspire students toward future success in their academic and personal pursuits. Our middle school students attend camp for three days and two nights with our faculty as chaperones.


  • Homework club

    Homework Club is offered as a service to our students where they can have a place to do their homework after school and is held in the hall on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:00-3:30. Students can work with their peers or independently with faculty members supervising.


WCEA and WASC Accreditation

We are fully accredited by the  Western Catholic Education Association (WCEA) and the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC).