Students: 168 | Faculty: 21 | Grades: 7-12 | Gender: Coed
St. Bernard Preparatory School
Founded in 1891, Saint Bernard Prep was established by the Benedictine Monks. They continue to operate the college preparatory school with the purpose of educating the entire person in mind, body, and spirit.
The school’s motto of “Corpus * Mens * Spiritus” reflects this philosophy.
Campus life features numerous sports programs like swimming, basketball, and cross country. There is also a wonderful fine arts program in addition to rigorous and disciplined academic courses with small student-teacher ratios for superior classroom experiences.
St. Bernard Preparatory School believes in a healthy body and mind. Being active one or more sports helps students interact with their peers from schools both public and private.
Boys: Swimming, Cross Country, Basketball, Soccer, Baseball, Tennis, Track & Field
Girls: Volleyball, Cross Country, Basketball, Soccer, Softball, Swimming, Tennis, Track & Field
“St. Bernard Prep School accepts applications for grades 7-11 year round. All applications are reviewed by the St. Bernard Prep Admissions Committee for consideration of acceptance. St. Bernard Prep School admits students and administers its general policies without regard for race, creed, sex, or national or ethnic origin.”
For more information about enrollment visit: http://www.stbernardprep.com/medical_examination_form
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