Priory’s comprehensive liberal arts program of study is divided into four departments - Humanities; Science, Math and Technology; Modern and Classical Languages; Visual and Performing Arts.
Theology at Priory helps students consider some of the most significant questions: Who is God? How has God revealed himself to humankind? What is a human being made for?
History and social studies
History and Social Studies at Priory imparts the skills and knowledge associated with the social sciences to students who will become active citizens of a constitutionally based, representative democracy that exists in a rapidly evolving global community.
Science at Priory provides students with the confidence, background and techniques required to participate successfully in and constructively analyze the growing body of modern scientific knowledge.
Mathematics at Priory offers a thorough six-year program providing all students with computational tools and skills, fostering independent and creative thought, and empowering students to confidently make clear and concise technical arguments.
Priory’s Computer Science curriculum gives students a deep understanding of how technology works, how they can use technology to solve real-world problems, and how they can create new technology themselves.
Priory provides a course of study in Classical Languages integral and fundamental to the school’s mission to provide “a Benedictine, Catholic, college preparatory education of the highest excellence so as to help talented and motivated young men develop their full potential as children of God.”
The Rule of St. Benedict begins with the word “listen.” God speaks first, we listen, and then we respond.
Visual and Performing arts
Visual and Performing Arts combines academics with creative engagement. The goal of Visual and Performing Arts at Priory is to provide a wide breadth of offerings in Studio Art, Theatre and Communication Arts, Vocal Music, and Medieval Arts.