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Junior Curriculum

Accounting I/Business Mathematics

Students learn about the accounting cycle, business transactions and accounting equation, assets, liabilities, revenue, expenses, withdrawals, general ledger accounts, six-column worksheet, financial statements, banking activities, payroll system, ten-column worksheet, cash funds, inventories and ethics in accounting. They also learn real world skills that will prepare them for adult life such as how to balance a checkbook and understanding investments.

Moral Theology

Students are introduced to the human act, circumstances, principle of double effect, sin: venial and mortal, virtue and vice, conscience and law

Latin III

Students study Ecclesiastical pronunciation and take part in an intensive linguistic study and review of the First Year Henle, complete daily translation of passages from Caesar's Conquest of Gaul and Caesar's Commentaries on the Gallic Wars


Students study subatomic particles, periodic table, learn to balance chemical equations and gain an understanding of chemical bonds, while learning about metals, nonmetals, solutions and colloids, chemical thermodynamics and kinetics. or
Students study the mechanics, momentum, energy and gravity


Students review the basics of nutrition they learned during Freshman year before going further into analyzing their own diet

American Government or Economics

Students learn the basics of American Government, law, and review Pope Leo XIII's Libertas Praestantissimum
Students learn the basics of micro and macro economics

Classical Literature

Students take part in reading and analyzing Greek and Roman epics and other classical masterpieces like the Iliad, Odyssey and Confessions of St. Augustine

Intro to Philosophy

Students delve into the fundamentals of logic, cosmology, psychology, ethics, epistemology and ontology

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