Educating the Whole Child
St. Leo the Great School provides a well-round environment that supports students in every aspect of their daily life.
The curriculum encompasses the sequentially ordered learning experiences that the school provides for your students. The total curriculum includes the development of Catholic values and attitudes, as well as the attainment of knowledge and skills necessary for your child’s spiritual, moral, intellectual, social, and physical development.
The basic curriculum for the school includes the following subjects: Religion, Reading, Language Arts (English, Spelling, Handwriting), Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Fine Arts (Art and Music), Health and Safety, Physical Education, Computer Education, Library, and Spanish.
A full curriculum can be found here.
Rooted in the gospel message, Catholic values are interwoven throughout our daily routine and in all of our interactions with others. As a Catholic school, St. Leo the Great provides a Religion program that blends with all aspects of life, family, community, and school-wide and classroom daily prayer, daily classes in Religion, regular attendance at Mass in which students actively participate, sacramental preparation, additional opportunities to participate in the sacrament of Penance (Grades 2 through 8), a commitment to service projects for our brothers and sisters in need, and education in all disciplines in light of the Catholic faith.