No. They can however take placement tests in Math and Foreign Language in the spring of their incoming year. Placement for honors English is based on their percentiles in Reading and English from the entrance exam.
Yes Prep was the first school in the Archdiocese to provide help for students with learning disabilities. Bridget Cannon-Hale is in charge of our program and receives help from Jeff Wellwood. If you have a son who receives accommodations in grade school, please contact Bridget to discuss what Prep can do for your son. As we do with all of our applicants, we want to make sure all students are set up for success rather than setting them up to fail.
The only honest answer to this question is "It depends." The amount of homework will depend on the course load a student takes as well as on the student's work habits. Upper division classes usually require additional time due to the level of the classes, but the workload is manageable.
Ninety-eight percent of our graduates are accepted into a four-year university. The class of 2017 received over $25.9 million dollars in college scholarships. One hundred and fifty four students earned at least one scholarship of the two hundred and forty students that graduated.