Educating the Whole Person
Our school philosophy includes educating the whole person. Our curriculum follows rigorous guidelines established by the Diocese of Camden Office of Catholic Schools. These guidelines build on the strong academic tradition of Catholic Schools, incorporating and exceeding national and state curriculum standards, and allowing us to bring the Gospel message of Jesus into all facets of learning. St. Michael the Archangel offers a wide range of courses that allow students to develop a world view, build on their critical thinking skills, and experience the joy of learning along the way.
PreK-3 and PreK-4 attend weekly special classes in addition to their primary instruction. These classes consist of Physical Education, and Music. The duration of these classes is twenty minutes per class.
Kindergarten through Fourth Grade students, in addition to their primary instruction, participate in weekly special classes such as Physical Education, Music, Art, Library, Spanish, and Guidance. Kindergarten special classes are thirty minutes long, while First Grade through Fifth Grade classes last forty minutes.
The Middle School students (grades 5th through 8th) participate in Math, English and Language Arts, Social Studies and Religion classes. Physical Education, Guidance, Art, Spanish and Music round out the Special Area classes for these grade levels.
Technology in the Classroom. Students in Kindergarten through Eighth Grade have 1-to-1 access to Chromebooks.