The academic curriculum at the Academy is one of the pillars upon which our tradition has been built. Students will be challenged in a manner that promotes critical thinking, self-reliance and accountability. Our alumni frequently confirm that their four years at the Academy provided them with a sizable advantage in their undergraduate and graduate studies.
The administration works continuously to craft a well-rounded, modernized curriculm that promotes scholarship and rewards diligence. We recognize that above all, our students are here to learn. The Academy experience ensures that our campus, facilities, and personnel create the perfect environment for that learning to happen.
In order to receive a CBA diploma, a student must successfully complete:
3 years of History (including World History, US I, US II)
4 years of Religious Studies
3 years of World Languages (in the same language)
3 years of Mathematics
4 years of Health
4 years of English
3 years of Science
3 years of Physical Education
2 years of Computers
Have a total of 120 credits (24 Carnegie Units)
Pass all courses for which he has registered.
Complete all course requirements as indicated by each subject teacher.
Have taken all AP Examinations for which he has registered.
Have a satisfactory attendance record*
Have a satisfactory rating in morals and discipline.
Have met all obligations including financial.
Have returned all state loan textbooks and all school property.
Have participated in the Senior Retreat.
Have completed the required hours of community service.
Have the approval of the Principal.
* – Students who have excessive absences, as determined by the Principal, may not graduate