2019 Honors Convocation & Art Exhibit

The annual Academic Convocation will be held in the Saint Basil Academy auditorium on Wednesday, May 22, 2019 at 7 PM.  The ceremony will be followed by a reception in the All Purpose Room.  The work of our art students will be on display in the All Purpose Room that evening.  Please RSVP below:

2019 Honors Convocation RSVP


Saint Basil Academy offers academic subjects that are college preparatory. These courses are fundamental to a liberal education, which prepares the students for the demands of today’s colleges and universities. In keeping with its philosophy of educating the “whole person,” the academy offers courses designed to fit the needs and interests of each student. Additionally, all students are required to have exposure to the Fine Arts in our curriculum, including music and art.

Core Curriculum

The core curriculum consists of religious studies, English, mathematics, modern/classical languages, science, social studies, and physical education. In addition, students are required to take courses in art, computer applications, health, and music. All students graduate with four years of English (composition and literature) and religious studies, with electives in the arts, mathematics, modern/classical languages, sciences, and social studies. Advanced placement courses are offered in English literature, English language and composition, calculus, modern languages, U.S. history, U.S. government and politics, and biology.

Through curriculum, Christian service, and activities, students work toward global awareness, environmental literacy, and the use of God-given talents in bettering the lives of others and the world around us. It is the goal of our curriculum to meet the needs of all students enrolled at Saint Basil Academy. Students are encouraged to select challenging courses consistent with their abilities and to meet college preparatory expectations of colleges and universities.

Program of Studies

Daily Time Schedule for Regular Days

We believe in fostering an appreciation for the richness and diversity of the Catholic Church through liturgical celebration and studies of the Byzantine Church.