The curriculum offered at Resurrection Catholic School marks a fine balance between academics, religion, and character development (which is infused in all curricular areas). Our students not only receive a high caliber education that will prepare them for the rigors of high school, but also one that will strengthen their faith in God and help them deal with the pressures that they will undoubtedly face as they mature.
- Teachers of all subject areas plan lessons to allow for cross-curricular linking of topics
- Catholic social teachings are incorporated into all subject areas
- Use of technology is incorporated into subject areas
- Instructional techniques are used to reach children of every learning style. Learning is student-centered. Examples include but are not limited to: individualized computer based technology, small group instruction, large group instruction, departmentalization, computerized instruction, cooperative learning. All grouping arrangements are made in view of the learning needs of individual students
Currently we are using the NWEA assesment tool to help us measure academic growth in our students. This tool also gives us the opportunity to compare ourselves with other local Charter schools in our area. Please click on the link to learn more about this school-wide assessment.
We are proud to present our Winter assessment benchmark results for the 2015-2016 academic school year. Congratulation Resurrection Scholars! Please view our academic achievement data: