Academic Programs

Students’ individual academic needs are met through different levels of learning. From the skill building opportunities of our Rankin Academic Support Program to Advanced Placement (AP) Courses for college credit, each student is placed within a learning environment that suits her interests, abilities, and goals.

 


Regular

Courses that challenge the college bound student.

 

Honors

Courses that target students with high interest, motivation, and ability in a particular area.

 

Advanced Placement

College-level courses are offered in a variety of subjects. Students are expected to take the AP exam at the end of the course, and if the student is successful, they may earn college credit.

 

Learn more about our AP Classes

 

Dual and Concurrent College Enrollment

Through dual and concurrent enrollment, students have the option of attending courses at local colleges or on-site for which they will receive dual credit for both Resurrection and the college.

 

Learn more about our St. Mary's Program for College Credit

View St. Mary's PACC Brochure

Registration Form

 

The Mother Celine Scholars Program

High achieving students have the opportunity to participate in the Mother Celine Scholars Program which provides advanced academic experiences in combination with cultural enrichment and service.   More Details

 

The Rankin Academic Support Program

The Rankin Academic Support Program is a college preparatory course of studies for students who require support with Resurrection's rigorous college preparatory curriculum.  More Details