The basic curriculum prescribed by the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, beginning in kindergarten and continuing through eighth grade includes the following:
- Computer literacy
- Social Studies
- Health and safety/Physical education
Religion is taught formally as a subject and integrated throughout the entire curriculum.
Family Life education is intended to provide a comprehensive view of human development and behavior, personal relationships, and management of resources. The purpose of formalized family life education is to inculcate Catholic values, virtues and attitudes that relate the current family life of the student. Contrary to past years, there is no longer a need for parental authorization for a student to be exposed to the family life curriculum.
Good Touch / Bad Touch
The Good Touch/Bad Touch Program mandated by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops is also taught at all grade levels. Parental notification will be sent home when this curriculum is begun.