2024–25 Course Registration

  • Rising Senior Registration: February 14–16
  • Rising Junior Registration: March 4–7
  • Rising Sophomore Registration: March 13–15

Last updated: 02/11/24 at 03:58

Think Critically. See Differently. Speak Confidently.

The shared Lasallian heritage is more than just an educational movement—it is a living reality that we experience daily in our work and in our lives. Inspired by the charism of St. John Baptist de La Salle, St. John’s provides countless educational opportunities both inside and outside the classroom.

Beyond the walls of St. John’s, there are Lasallian schools are in 84 countries throughout the world, educating more than 900,000 students.

With a 11:1 student-to-faculty ratio, St. John's students are known personally and receive individualized instruction. Our teachers are experienced in their academic disciplines and guided by the mission of St. John Baptist de La Salle to provide academic excellence while assisting in the overall development of our students.

Our academic success is demonstrated by the fact that 100% of our graduates are admitted to four-year colleges and universities, with many of our graduates earning scholarships to some of the most prestigious schools in the country.

If you are passionate about an area of study, chances are we have a program for that – including AP courses. If you are exploring your options, we will open your mind to a world of opportunities.

Honors And AP Courses

St. John's offers many different academic paths, including a broad selection of honors and Advanced Placement courses. In fact, approximately 75% of our students take at least one advanced level course during their four years. We help our students challenge themselves to achieve their goals for high school, for college and for life. 

Honors and AP classes are offered in every subject area, and students can create a flexible course of study tailored to their interests and ability level. Click the links to the right to see a listing of Honors and AP courses offered at St. John's.

High school placement test scores determine Honors English and Honors Biology placement during freshman year, and placement tests are given for Honors Math and upper-level foreign language classes. After 9th grade, students can place into Honors and AP courses based upon academic performance.

2024-25 Course Catalog