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Academic Information

In accordance with our Integral Student Outcomes, our Mission Statement and our Philosophy, the Academic Program at Servite High School strives to develop students who:

  • Develop a lifelong desire for learning that culminates in wisdom.
  • Demonstrate mastery of the academic curriculum in order to succeed in post-secondary education.
  • Exhibit intellectual maturity by evaluating multifaceted challenges and opportunities and creating innovative solutions.
  • Demonstrate proficiency in the use of current technologies relevant to higher education and the workplace.
  • Develop insight into Sacred Scripture so as to find personal meaning.
  • Gain the knowledge of humanity which fosters a reverence for life.
  • Demonstrate, in word and deed, the Primacy of Faith.

We strive to achieve these outcomes with the charism of the Order Friar Servants of Mary as our foundation, with the Blessed Mother as our example, and with Christ as our model.

Important Information for the 2017-2018 School year


2017-2018 Bell Schedule

2017-2018 Course Catalog

2017-2018 Academic Policies

Student Parent Handbook

Graduation Requirements

All courses offered at Servite High School are designed for the college and university bound student. For graduation from Servite High School, all students are required to complete 270 academic credits. A one-year course meeting daily would provide ten (10) academic credits. All of the courses must be passed and no student may graduate from Servite with an unredeemed 'F' for a semester grade on his transcript. In addition to credit requirements, there are also specific course requirements as indicated throughout the course catalog.

Course Distinctions

College Preparatory (CP) Courses
These courses are designed to be a challenge to the student preparing for a college education. Material covered in these courses is presented in a detailed fashion at a pace designed for all students.

Honors Placement (HP) Courses
The course content is essentially the same in most honors sections as it is in the college preparatory classes. Honors sections, however, are conducted at a more accelerated pace and with greater intellectual intensity. Honors courses are traditionally more competitive.

Advanced Placement (AP) Courses
Servite High School also participates in the nationwide Advanced Placement program of college-level instruction in high school by offering an Advanced Placement courses. Students who complete these classes are eligible to take college grade examinations prepared by the College Entrance Examination Board. Success in the examination will earn the student college credit, advanced placement in college, or both.

All Servite courses are UC/CSU approved unless otherwise indicated.


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