Robust academics spanning four Divisions.
St. Benedict’s Prep adapted the K-12 model in 2017, forming four Divisions: Elementary (K-6), Middle (7-8), Boys Prep (9-12) and Girls Prep (9-12). As a result, we've been able to structure and enhance our curriculum over the entire span of a child’s primary and secondary education. This is applied to all academic subjects — math, science, English, history, religion, art and world languages — which builds consistency and strong academic skills over time. The combination of our curriculum and faculty, who view teaching as a vocation, is what allows us to better meet our students where they are — and take them as far as they can go.
St. Benedict’s is accredited by the Middle States Association
Commissions on Elementary and Secondary Education.
Learn more about our Middle States Initiative.
Profile of Graduates
- Graduates of St. Benedict’s Preparatory School demonstrate their education by:
- …exemplify leadership by:
- …exhibit strength of character and Christian morality by:
- …live religious faith by:
- …reflect a commitment to inclusiveness and a concern for humanity by:
Graduates of St. Benedict’s Preparatory School demonstrate their education by:
…exemplify leadership by:
…exhibit strength of character and Christian morality by:
…live religious faith by:
…reflect a commitment to inclusiveness and a concern for humanity by:
‘Benedict’s Hates a Quitter’ in the Classroom
Associate Headmaster for Academics Michelle Tuorto H ’16 offers some powerful examples of the St. Benedict’s Prep motto, “Benedict’s Hates a Quitter,” in the academic realm. Watch!