Through its philosophy, admission policies, curriculum, and facilities, Holy Savior Menard strives to create an atmosphere for learning and self-growth. Such an atmosphere provides each student the opportunity to realize his/her potential and to develop the healthy attitudes and responsible behavior that will permit him/her to pursue continued studies and to assume his/her place in society as a concerned Christian adult.
Holy Savior Menard conducts a two-year junior high program and a four-year high school program. Students must complete four years of high school to graduate. The Holy Savior Menard curriculum is constantly evaluated and revised. In setting up its curriculum, Holy Savior Menard strives to provide educational opportunities that will enhance the growth and development of all its students. Offerings are designed, within budgetary constraints, to permit the student to elect courses that are within his/her range of ability and interest.
In the areas of English, foreign language, mathematics, science, and social studies, courses are available to meet a broad scope of student needs. A fine arts program encourages the student to develop his/her artistic abilities. Computer education, physical education, and religion programs promote the formation of the well-rounded, well-informed individual.
PARENTS, AS THE PRIMARY EDUCATORS, HAVE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF MAKING SURE THEIR CHILD FULFILLS ALL OF HIS/HER EDUCATIONAL DUTIES.
High school students who earn a 4.0 final average for two years are eligible for academic jackets.
Academic Records of Students
Holy Savior Menard abides by the provisions of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) with respect to the rights of parents, and in the event of divorce, their rights of custodial and noncustodial parents. In the latter case, absence of a court order to the contrary, the school will provide the noncustodial parent access to the academic records and to other school-related information regarding the students. If there is a court order specifying that no information is to be given, it is the responsibility of the custodial parent to provide the school with a copy of the court order.