Norfolk Catholic Schools' curriculum is designed to prepare the student for college as well as in the working world. The main thrust is toward a broad "liberal arts" offering. After consultation with the school counselor, each student can decide in advance what direction his or her program will take. Norfolk Catholic High School benefits in some "shared time" courses with Norfolk Public.
In the four-year program of high school studies, the following 160 hours of credit are required:
An additional year of Math, Science, or Social Science - 10 hours
TOTAL HOURS needed for Graduation (minimum) = 230 Credit Hours.
To be considered a full-time student at Norfolk Catholic School, he/she must be enrolled in 7 subjects per semester.
REQUIRED COURSES FOR ADMISSION INTO COLLEGE (the following courses are typically required for admission into four-year colleges and universities):