In order to graduate from Holy Savior Menard, students must complete four years of high school. We follow the TOPS university curriculum and align our classes with Catholic state and national standards. Both in the classroom and through extracurricular activities, teachers strive to provide holistic, individualized educational opportunities that enhance the growth and development of all students so that they graduate well rounded and well informed.
Living out the mission of forming disciples and building the Kingdom of God in everything we do, students study the core areas of English, science, social studies, and math, as well as foreign language, religion, and various other electives. Numerous Advanced Placement and Dual Enrollment courses are available. (Refer to the student handbook for course offerings and descriptions.) Because of our rigorous classes, HSM is proud to have the highest average ACT (23.2) in central Louisiana. Such high standardized test scores significantly influence scholarship opportunities for our student body.