Grades: 9 - 12 | 562 students
St. Rose High School exists to educate high school age men and women so that they may fully actualize their spiritual, academic and social potential. Our mission, since beginning as a parish school in 1923, emanates from a tradition of Roman Catholic education administered in the charism of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Chestnut Hill. The St. Rose staff of religious and lay faculty, responsive to the needs of a changing world, create a safe, supportive, disciplined atmosphere and curriculum that honors and nurtures the dignity, worth and capabilities of each student. St. Rose is committed to preparing young women and men to take a unique and necessary place in an uncertain future. Fortified by a strong Catholic, Christian foundation, students are able to confidently assume adulthood with its responsibilities and privileges while addressing the moral and ethical challenges of a technological society. St. Rose knows that the world of human culture and society and world of religion are intricately intertwined. We are committed to providing our students with prepared hearts and minds so that they may be able to reflect, to judge and to choose in light of the teachings of Jesus Christ.