Board policy requires 45 credits for graduation. The principal may make exceptions for transfer students or students assigned to the resource center.
Saint Albert’s academic pathways align recommended programs of study with individual families’ visions of success. While the pathways provide recommended courses of study, no student is obligated, or excluded, from following a specific pathway. In most cases, students will choose a pathway based upon their goals, then confer with the counselor, teachers, or college representatives to adjust their course selections to fit individual abilities and interests.
The SCHOLAR PATHWAY
The REGENTS PATHWAY
The COLLEGIATE PATHWAY
The CAREER PATHWAY
As part of the Saint Albert mission to foster the spiritual, moral, physical, and intellectual growth of all students, the High Ability Learner Program is designed to nurture the gifts of students who show high levels of performance and potential.
The standards of the Diocese of Des Moines have been written, reviewed, and revised as a collaborative effort between the Diocesan Schools Office and diocesan administrators and teachers.
A student who earns a 3.5 or higher cumulative grade point average for grades 9-12 will be recognized at commencement as an honor graduate.