Pallotti offers a challenging and diverse curriculum, through which students develop into independent, self-motivated, socially conscious young adults who are prepared to enter college as critical thinkers. Our faculty captivates students and imparts to them a thirst for knowledge, accountability, and responsibility. Following in the footsteps of our patron saint, St. Vincent Pallotti, we strive to meet the needs of each student and compel them to work to reach their fullest potential. Through extensive course offerings at various levels — College Preparatory, Honors, Advanced Placement (AP), and Learning Center — students are challenged to excel at the highest levels possible. Pallotti equips each student with the tools necessary to continue to grow after graduation — the tools to pursue higher education and to continue to build knowledge and to better serve God and the world around them.
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