March 5-8; 11-12: Registration Presentations
March 11-14: Qualifying Exam Dates for Honors/AP Classes
March 12: 3rd Quarter Grades Issued
March 14: 3rd Quarter Eligibility Goes into Effect
March 20: ITED Testing (grades 9-12); Noon Dismissal
March 21: Parent Teacher Conferences (Registration Form Below); Noon Dismissal
March 22: Registration Day (No classes; see attachment for registration times for juniors, sophomores, and freshmen)
St. Monica Catholic High School is a coeducational, parish high school that provides a college preparatory curriculum for students of diverse abilities, cultures, and faiths. Guided by gospel values, we affirm and respect the dignity of each member of our school community. We provide a faith-based education that values academic achievement and Christian service. Our school family cultivates strength of character, intellectual curiosity, and love of God and others. In collaboration with parents and the parish community, our mission is to graduate students who are inspired by faith, intellectually enriched, and integrated as individuals.
Expected Learning Results
Inspired by Faith, a St. Monica graduate will...
• possess the foundation to mature in his/her personal relationship with God.
• know and appreciate the teachings and traditions of the Catholic faith and respect other religions.
• experience a community of faith through prayer, worship, and action.
Intellectually Enriched, a St. Monica graduate will...
• identify and solve problems using critical thinking.
• communicate clearly and concisely.
• use technology effectively and ethically.
As an Integrated Individual, a St. Monica graduate will...
• possess a deeper sense of self and true appreciation of his/her unique gifts.
• lead a healthy lifestyle that results in lifelong physical and emotional well-being.
• create good interpersonal relationships through leadership and collaboration.
• use gospel teachings to make life decisions, demonstrate social responsibility, formulate healthy relationships, and serve others compassionately.
Important Academics Documents
Mr. Richard Billups
Associate Principal: Dean of Faculty
(310) 394-3701, x1404