At St. Kevin Catholic School the essential elements of "an academically rigorous and doctrinally sound program" mandate curricular experiences-including co-curricular and extra-curricular activities-which are rigorous, relevant, research-based, and infused with Catholic faith and traditions. We follow a framework for the design, implementation, and assessment of authentic academic excellence in Catholic school education from prekindergarten through secondary school.
The Pupil Services Department strives to meet the needs of the students in the school. It offers various programs and services such as:
The Little Shamrocks Learning Center is developed within a play oriented curriculum with emphasis on religious experiences, language arts, problem solving, and acceptable social behavior. Directed creative experiences provide opportunities for the young child and the teacher to explore the learning capabilities of each child. Teachers are concerned with the whole child.
Under the direction of the Intermediate Grades Curriculum Coordinator grades 3, 4, and 5 build upon the skills which were learned in the primary grades through a variety of activities. The students take part in educational challenges designed for the Elementary Grades. The Fairchild Challenge is a multi-disciplinary, environmental education competition which encourages students to actively learn, play, and explore their world. In the Intermediate grades, students are taught study skills which will ultimately help them in becoming independent learners.