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Notes for Prospective Students
Mount Royal recognizes each student’s dignity as a child of
God, uniquely created with their own strengths, weaknesses and
“calling”. Our curriculum is classical in that we
appreciate the developmental stages of our students and use that
understanding when making important curriculum decisions.
elementary years the focus is on developing a strong foundation in
phonics, reading comprehension, writing, spelling, penmanship,
grammar, composition, math concepts and math facts.
We believe it
is important for our students to learn about our world through
religion, science and history and have a strong foundation in the
arts.In the High School students study in this
“classical” approach by reading challenging
“Great Books”; analyzing the authors’ worldviews
and the books’ themes and supporting details; evaluating
their transcendent truths, measuring them in light of errors,
comparing them with Natural Law, the Church’s teachings and
Scripture; and relating these truths to the students’ real
This in-depth study, illuminated by our Catholic
faith, makes Mount Royal’s academics unique in many ways.
high school offers college-preparatory math, science, literature,
history and Latin; as well as, theology, art, choir, and physical
Mount Royal Academy’s Catholic faith is central in
our educational philosophy.
As stated in our mission we are called to inspire students to grow
in their knowledge of and love for God, which will enable them to
love and serve those around them.
To accomplish this mission we
look to Jesus Christ, our Redeemer, as both our model and our
We also acknowledge the vital witness of our parents,
teachers, administrators, board of trustees, and priests as they
reveal the Christian message, not only by word, but also by their
We understand that the teaching of our Catholic faith is
not limited to religious instruction in the classroom or during
liturgical celebrations throughout the year but through modeling
Christianity as a comprehensive way of life.
It should animate our
attitudes and be integrated into all our activities as we strive to
create an environment in which students’ faith and virtue
will gradually mature.
* Adapted from The Holy See’s Teaching on Catholic Schools by