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Upper School Curriculum (Grades 9-12)

St. Croix Preparatory Academy Upper School offers a college preparatory curriculum.  Many students begin taking Advanced Placement (AP) tests in their sophomore year.  For a detailed guide see below link.  In selecting classes, and in preparing for your high school career, it is important to keep in mind the expectations of the colleges/universities under consideration for your college application.  For a summary of general expectations of highly selective, selective, and traditional colleges and universities, click here.

Upper School Curriculum Guide

For a copy of the 2017-2018 Upper School Curriculum Guide, click here.

Weighted Grade Information

Click here for information on SCPA weighted grades.

College Prep Math (CPM)

For on-line resouces which include homework problems, skill building exercises, and resource guides, please visit College Prep Math at www.cpm.org or click here.

Extracurricular Activities

St. Croix Prep continues to increase its extra curricular offering which now includes Student Council, yearbook, One Act Play, Speech, Drama, Band, Orchestra, Choir, Ski Club, Archery Club, Chess Club, Soccer Club, Basketball, and Peer Tutoring.

College Counseling

St. Croix Prep offers college counseling services to its students to ensure they receive guidance and assistance in taking their next step of life long learning.  St. Croix Prep has a graduation rate of 97%, with 100% of its graduating students attending post secondary schools.  For the St. Croix Prep school profile, click here.

Service Hours for Graduation

As an emphasis upon Character, all students are required to perform 50 hours of service (10 hours in grades 9-11 and 20 hours in grade 12) in order to fulfill their graduation requirements. For the Service Project Certification form, click here.

Catch Up Math

St. Croix Prep students have access to a math review website, www.catchupmath.com.  The program finds each student’s learning gaps through a pre-test.  This pre-test determines the lessons and problems for the students to complete.  When the student has completed the assigned work, a test determines the future concepts to be mastered.  For additional “how to” information, click here.