Enabling students to tailor the curriculum to best meet future career goals and interests.
• Dr. Melinda Skrade
History has taught us time and time again that the work of one person’s passion and pursuits truly can make a difference. At Pius XI we see each student for more than what they do today, but for what they might do tomorrow.
We work to help students pursue their passions – whether in science, math, the arts or service to the Church. We teach them to embrace their individuality and to put it to grander use in the communities in which they live and work.
The word “student” can lump a child into a very large group, but the truth of the matter is that we teach a classroom of individuals. What interests one student does not necessarily interest another. The Pius XI curriculum is not designed for teachers or administrators; rather it is tailored to best fit your child.
At Pius XI we help students discover their unique gifts through a customized approach to education that actively engages your son or daughter in the realization of his or her potential.
Upon graduation our students are not only poised to take on the challenges of higher education, but also to make a positive difference in the world at large.
- Student-centered educational approach where student and teacher work side-by-side in an environment of mutual respect.
- Renowned Teacher Advisor Contact (TAC) program provides personal attention to each student; students are mentored during their four years at Pius XI by a trained teacher who guides them in designing a path that is right for them in light of their individual goals and interests.
- Students, along with their parents and advisors, map out their four-year experience at Pius XI right away as freshmen, and alter and tweak it as their interests evolve.
- Varied educational opportunities and flexible options enable students to discover their God-given talents.