Xavier Catholic Schools academic programs challenge and inspire our students to discover their passion and realize their potential.
Xavier Elementary offers a complete academic and religious education program by a degreed and state certified teaching staff. Diocesan/System curriculum objectives and standards have been established and are utilized for grades Pre-K through 4th Grade.
Classroom teachers teach:
- Language Arts (Reading, Phonics, Spelling, English, Creative Writing, and Handwriting)
- Social Studies
Specialist teachers teach:
- Music - 4K- 4th grade
- Phys Ed - 4K- 4th grade
- Art - K- 4th grade
- Guidance - 4K- 4th grade
- Library - 3K- 4th grade
- Band/Orchestra - 4th grade (optional)
Xavier Middle School
The faculty and staff of Xavier Middle School is committed to providing our students with engaging, relevant course offerings and student life activities to capture their interests and provide a variety of intellectual experiences. Our students are encouraged to grow as individuals, discover ways to become servants in their community, and gain knowledge as they become lifelong learners.
We are excited to offer classes that serve a wide range of academic interests that focus on growing in our Catholic faith, exploring the important areas of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics (STEAM), and improving 21st century learning skills.
Download a copy of the 2022-2023 XMS Course Catalog or visit the XMS Course Catalog page for more information.
Xavier High School
Xavier High School establishes a solid educational foundation through a full complement of rigorous courses designed to develop and deepen the ambition for academic excellence. Our curriculum is designed to challenge and engage students.
Download a copy of the 2023-2024 XHS Course Catalog or visit the XHS Course Catalog page for more information.
- Freshman Seminar
- Business: Personal Finance
- Math: Algebra and Geometry
- Science: Lab Science Foundations, Biology, and Chemistry
- Social Studies: Early Civilizations, World History, US History, and Government
- Theology: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Theology
In the freshman, sophomore, and junior years, each student must carry eight credits. Seniors must carry a minimum of six credits, three classes per term.
To graduate from Xavier High School, a student must fulfill the following requirements:
Credits for graduation
|Fine Arts||1.0 credit|
|Social Studies||3.0 credits|
|Physical Education||1.5 credits|
|Business & IT||0.5 credit|
*Students must complete and document 80 hours of Christian Service as well as pass a civics test (required by state law) in order to graduate.
Grade 9 - Total Credits (8.0)
Health 0.5 | Theology 1.0 | English 1.0 | Math 1.0 | Science 1.0 | Early Civilizations 0.5 | Freshman Seminar 0.5 | Electives
Grade 10 - Total Credits (8.0)
Theology 1.0 | English 1.0 | Math 1.0 | Science 1.0 | World History 1.0 | Electives
Grade 11 - Total Credits (8.0)
Theology 1.0 | English 1.0 | Math 1.0 | Science 1.0 | US History 1.0 | Personal Finance (Grade 11 or 12) 0.5 | Electives
Grade 12 - Total Credits (6.0 - 8.0)
Theology 1.0 | English 1.0 | Government 0.5 | Personal Finance (Grade 11 or 12) 0.5 | Electives
In addition to the subjects listed above, a student must also enroll in:
Fine Arts 1.0 | Phys Ed 1.5 | Electives 8.0
Those planning to attend college are recommended to take at least two credits of world language. This is a requirement by some colleges for admission. University of Minnesota is requiring four math credits.
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