Curriculum Department Framework

As a Catholic School System, we are committed to ensuring that our curriculum initiatives are consistent with the development of the spiritual, academic, psychological and physical faculties of scholars; therefore, our environments are rich and provide a framework that supports the seamless progression of knowledge and skills from prekindergarten to grade twelve.

Mindful that curriculum is the driving force of any educational institution, The Board has developed a core set of learning standards in most disciplines. Initiatives are framed to expose scholars to a wide variety of course offerings that allow for the development and attainment of fundamental skills in academics, sports and the arts. Moreover, we are confident that upon graduation we would have contributed to the development of Christian, loving, academically capable and environmentally conscious individuals who are committed to life long learning, promote good health and understand the value of work and its connection to finances.

In compliance with standards set by the Ministry of Education, Science & Technology, Catholic schools integrate MOE’s learning outcomes; therefore, all scholars of Catholic schools are required to read for and sit all national examinations inclusive of Grade Level Assessment Tests (GLAT), Bahamas Junior Certificate (BJC) and Bahamas General Certificate of Secondary Education (BGCSE). International examinations inclusive of Royal Society of Arts, Pitman, Microsoft Certification, Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT & SATII), Advanced Placement (AP) and American Hotel & Lodging Institute (AHLEI) professional certificates may also be offered at the secondary level.