A Unique and Truly Individualized Education

Guerin Prep provides a college preparatory curriculum which is tailored to each student’s needs. The uniqueness of the curriculum is that students may take classes across the programs and benefit from a truly individualized approach to learning. Students are not tracked, they can move among the three programs as their skills and accomplishments allow.  Programs at Guerin Prep are personalized to individual students so that they can realize their unique potential. By recognizing and respecting a student's talents and needs, Guerin challenges students to not only to achieve their goals but also to surpass them.

      Special Program Classes across the curriculum are unique to Guerin Prep.  These daily classes give our       students additional assistance through additional study skills, test preparation, academic advising, reading       enrichment, keyboarding skills, organizational and learning strategies, and more, all according to skill level.

      Sullivan Program - a program for students who need assistance in building their academic skills in order to       succeed in Guerin’s college prep curriculum and post-secondary education. Sulllivan Program courses are       designed for the student who requires help in developing his/her knowledge base and cultivation of essential       skills in a given subject area in order to be successful in post-secondary educational opportunities. At the       freshman level, enrollment in the program is based on the student’s entrance exam scores and elementary       school record and recommendations. Once accepted into the program, the student is required to complete the       Freshman Experience during the summer prior to his/her freshman year at Guerin Prep and to enroll in two or       more Sullivan courses for the freshman year.

      Programs at Guerin Prep are personalized to individual students


      At the sophomore, junior and senior level a student’s enrollment in the Sullivan Program is based on the student’s       academic performance during the previous academic year as well as referral by teachers.

      Assistance offered through the Sullivan Program may include: learning/strengthening study skills; structured       study halls; test preparation skills; help with organizational and learning styles, and academic counseling based       on course performance.

      Providence Program – a core college prep curriculum in which students are exposed to concepts, relationships       among concepts and their connection to the real world, and the formation of critical and creative thinking skills       and problem solving.

      Most students at Guerin Prep are part of the Providence Program for some or all of their classes. The program is       a rigorous, standards-based college prep curriculum which melds educational opportunities in the fine arts.
      This four-year course of study should enable students to be prepared not only for college but for life.
      · ACT preparation is continuous and is part of the curriculum design. 
      · Student graduation requirements include three credits of Mathematics and Science and four credits of English       and Theology.
      · Service Learning courses comprise four credits.
      · Students are required to take two credits of the fine arts.

      Nolan Scholars Program – an honors college prep curriculum where students have an opportunity to pursue       advanced courses of study, participate in enrichment experiences and receive special mentoring.
      Students who test in the top 10% on the Guerin Prep Entrance Exam are invited to apply for the Nolan Scholars       Program. Admittance into the four year program will be based on test scores, academic record, recommendations       and a possible interview. Students pursue advanced courses of study, participate in enrichment experiences and       receive mentoring aimed at preparing them to succeed at top-tier colleges and universities.

      To remain in the program, Nolan Scholars must maintain academic excellence (3.65 GPA or higher each       semester, be enrolled in a specific number of Honors/AP courses, and adhere to the Nolan Scholars’ Code of       Conduct).

      Among the benefits, the Nolan Scholar Program is designed to:

      · Provide opportunities for college credit through Concordia University and Triton College Dual Credit       classes.  Guerin Prep is the only Catholic school in the area that offers this dual credit opportunity.
      · Create positive role models for academic achievement.
      · Raise scores on standardized tests, especially college entrance exams. In Spring 2017, Nolan Scholars       average ACT Composite Score was 28.
      · Improve financial scholarship opportunities for college.
      · Enable students to take the Advance Placement Test in various disciplines.
      · Encourage participation in enrichment activities.



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