Guidance. Enlightenment. Joy.
Student life at Resurrection transcends academics. It provides young women with the necessary guidance to make important decisions that will affect them throughout their lives. Student life also gives young women the opportunity to participate in a wide range of activities. These activities help them deepen their understanding of themselves and their relationship with God, as well as to explore their God-given talents. Our students bring joy into everything they do and approach life with confidence and a compassionate heart.
Resurrection encourages students to explore new academic interests, demonstrate leadership, develop healthy, lifelong habits, and create lasting friendships through clubs and activities, honor societies, fine arts, athletics, faith development, service activities and social events.
In the fall of 2019, Resurrection College Prep welcomed its first cohort into the STREAM (Science, Technology, Religion, Engineering, Arts, and Math) Program. STREAM is a mission-centered approach to teaching Science, Technology, Religion, Engineering, Art, and Math. Resurrection’s academic program has always been rooted in an authentic Liberal Arts tradition infused with an Catholic anthropology. For this reason, the decision was made to design a program with a STREAM curriculum, rather than a more traditional STEM to STEAM model.
While all students at Resurrection will have the opportunity to enrich their academic course plan with STREAM offerings, students who choose to enroll in the STREAM program will be provided with a unique four-year course of study designed to prepare students to become leaders in emerging career and research fields. These students will make connections across each of these disciplines with an emphasis on scientific observation, technological exploration, and artfully engineered design with a focus on solving relevant, real world problems, all grounded in a Catholic world-view. We posit that a STREAM program is a transformative catalyst for creative problem solving.
The Resurrection Practicum Job Shadowing Program is an educational experience in the field where students are placed with mentors and actively participate in professional work settings. This program provides juniors and seniors with unique, hands-on work experience which enables them to better understand the practical and personal skills required in careers that interest them. The classroom component extends and deepens students’ field experiences through personal interest assessments and reflections. Students obtain a better understanding of their own skills and interests as they prepare for college selection and career success.
Our Practicum students enter college with greater focus on their career path, saving time and money as they plan their futures.
For a complete list of academic offerings, download our curriculum guide below.