|Students from Pinecrest Academy's high school|
The Cardinal Newman Society has released its bi-annual list of
the top 50 schools on its National Catholic High School
Honor Roll. All three of the high schools
that use the Legion of Christ education curriculum of Integral
Formation were named on the list. The schools include:
The Catholic High School Honor Roll was
created by The Acton Institute in 2004.
The Cardinal Newman Society assumed the program this year, saying
in a press release that this was part of the
society’s “mission of helping Catholic families and promoting faithful Catholic
The press release also said the Honor Roll “serves
as a resource for parents, colleges, and all those who
work in support of solid Catholic education.”
The list is
released every two years, recognizing Catholic high schools in terms
of academic excellence, Catholic identity, and civic education.
Click here to see the entire Top 50 list.
competition began in 2004, the Honor Roll has been a
helpful tool for administrators, families, and benefactors in recognizing the
quality of a Catholic high school,” said Patrick J. Reilly,
President of The Cardinal Newman Society. “The Honor Roll schools
are a reminder that Catholic education is getting better every
day—not only academically, but in the renewal of Catholic identity—and
we are delighted to see the increased level of competition
among the schools that participated in the program this year.”
more information on Everest Collegiate High School, go to their
website at http://www.everest-clarkston.org/. For more information on The Highlands
School, go to their website at http://www.thehighlandsschool.org/.
For more information on Pinecrest Academy, go to their website