Thursday, September 28, 2006

Catholic High School Honor Roll: Top 50 Schools

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2004

MN: Providence Academy Honor Roll; Academics

SD: O'Gorman High School Honor Roll; Catholic Identity

2005

MN: Providence Academy Honor Roll

MN: St John's Prep Academics

MN: Cretin-Derham Hall Civic Education

SD: O'Gorman High School Honor Roll; Civic Education

2006

IA: Wahlert H.S.: Catholic Identity

MN: Providence Academy Honor Roll;

MN: New Ulm Cathedral Acadmics

MN: St John's Prep Academics

SD: O'Gorman High School Honor Roll; Civic Education


The primary goal of the Catholic High School Honor Roll is to acknowledge those schools that maintain high academic standards, uphold their Catholic identities, and prepare their students to actively engage the world. A “constructive competition” of sorts, the Honor Roll encourages schools to improve the academic and spiritual formation of America’s youth. After analyzing and highlighting the particular strengths of Catholic secondary schools, the Honor Roll publishes a list of America’s Top 50 Catholic Schools as measured in the areas of academic excellence, Catholic identity, and civic education.

The List Was Compiled By Both Somewhat Liberal College Representatives But Also Orthodox Colleges Like Franciscan University. Religious Orders Such As The Dominicans, Norbertines & Legionaries For Christ Participated
Tip O' The Hat to Catholic Report



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