High School Academics
Calvert Catholic Schools offers a faith-based high school program for grades 9-12. Following a rigorous academic curriculum, high school students study the core subjects of language arts, math, science, social studies, and religion. Additionally, they have the opportunity to choose from a variety of elective classes including graphic arts, robotics, STEM, and journalism. To further challenge students to reach their fullest potential, high school students have the opportunity to take Advance Placement classes through an online course provider and college coursework at Heidelberg University and Tiffin University through the Post Secondary Option Program. CCS strives to meet the individual needs of students as teachers differentiate instruction to ensure that every student succeeds. High school students have a variety of extra-curricular activities they may participate in to develop skills in the areas of athletics, performing arts, problem-solving, and leadership. Students also have the opportunity to participate in Student Council, National Honor Society, and the Spiritual Commission to further develop character traits leading to future success. Furthermore, the pillars of the CCS mission statement are an integral part of the program and are interwoven throughout instruction, activities, and events.