St. Michael follows the Graded Course of Study established by the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. Students are exposed to a rigorous, well-rounded curriculum. We offer many opportunities within our curriculum for both intervention and enrichment opportunities. In addition, our 8th grade students follow the Algebra I curriculum, which is taught by a high school licensed teacher.
Through multiple learning styles and techniques, our teachers prepare our students for not only the next grade level, but for success in all areas of life. St. Michael students always score very well on standardized tests. We are very proud of the successes of all of our students!
Enrichment & Intervention St. Michael Parish School has many opportunities for both enrichment and intervention for our students. We have the following support staff available to students:
For those families who have had a child diagnosed with a recognized disability, the Jon Peterson Scholarship may be an appropriate alternative to public education. Saint Michael Parish School is a Jon Peterson providing school, with the basic purpose of supporting Individualized Education Plan (IEP) goals.
Technology In Education St. Michael Parish School is equipped with a full-service computer lab and also has computers and smart boards in every classroom. iPads are used in all of our classrooms, as well as classroom sets of student laptops. All of these technological tools are wonderful tools for student learning. Our technology department remains committed to meeting the needs of our students and staff.
Since August 2018, our junior high students have been assigned Google Chromebooks for their school use, and our teachers use the Google Education platform.
Library Catalog The mission of the school library is to develop a community of lifelong readers and learners. The library houses a collection of approximately 6,400 books and subscribes to 4 periodicals. The Teachers' Resource section includes DVDs, many of which support religious instruction.