Grades 9-12

In the High School of Cardinal Stritch, we are dedicated to provide educational experiences that facilitate spiritual, physical, cultural, moral and social growth to our students. Each student participates in annual class retreats, but there are also other retreat experiences available to the students. Students are encouraged to explore these other experiences to nourish their faith lives. Small faith groups and liturgical ministries are also available for students who desire more of an active role in their faith life.In the High School of Cardinal Stritch, we are dedicated to provide educational experiences that facilitate spiritual, physical, cultural, moral and social growth to our students. Each student participates in annual class retreats, but there are also other retreat experiences available to the students. Students are encouraged to explore these other experiences to nourish their faith lives. Small faith groups and liturgical ministries are also available for students who desire more of an active role in their faith life.

The core curriculum in the High School at Cardinal Stritch includes Theology, Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies. Students should expect instruction in these subjects daily. Co-curricular classes include Art, Health, Music, Physical Education, and Spanish. Students in grades 9-12 take these courses according to their class schedules. The curriculum is based upon the Course of Study issued by the Senior Director of Catholic Education for the Diocese of Toledo. The courses are routinely updated and revised according to State and Diocesan guidelines. Students in the High School have the opportunity to apply for College Credit Plus which allows them to take college courses while still in High School.

Our High Schoolers at Cardinal Stritch will each receive a Chromebook. These Chromebooks will be integrated into the classroom and students will be asked to communicate, collaborate, and use critical thinking skills to complete assignments using technology. Students will be taught how to use this technology safely and responsibly. High School students will also be using a college and career system called Naviance to build a profile for guiding their future plans. Students will be able to research colleges and apply for admittance, as well as search for scholarships to help fund the next stage of their education.