St. John Neumann Catholic High School Profile
||St. John Neumann Catholic High School was established in 1980 as a liberal arts college-preparatory high school infused with strong Catholic traditions. Neumann’s reputation is strong in academics, athletics, and community service.
||Accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges & Schools (SACS). The school is operated by the Diocese of Venice in Florida, under the direction of Bishop Frank J. Dewane, and Dr. Kathleen Schwartz, Director of Education.
- 1:1 iPad Program; Apple T.V.’s in each classroom, Mac Lab complete with 25 fully loaded apple computers, 25 additional Mac Computers for music technology class, Wireless Internet, LCD Projectors, P.C. Computer Lab, Campus-wide Security Cameras
- Parent Ed-Line: An internet-based, password-equipped system that allows parents to monitor their students’ grades, class work and progress, Family Alert/Reminder phone and text system.
- 25 lay instructors
- 4 Salesian Sisters
- 2 Chaplains
- 42% of faculty have advanced degrees
- Campus-wide Mass celebrated monthly
- Daily campus-wide prayer
- Weekly Confessions with Fr. Jim Cogan and Fr. Rafal Ligenza
- Class retreats
- Average class size: 17 students
- 100% Graduation rate
- 98% Matriculation rate to institutions of higher learning
- Students in the class of 2012 were awarded over $3.2 million in college scholarships
- 90% of the class of 2011 were awarded college scholarships
- Over 25,000 hours of Community Service was completed by Neumann students in 2012
- 86% of student body participates in school athletics
- 60% of student body participates in a school club
|Honors & Advanced Placement
||Honors and Advanced Placement classes are offered in English, Math, Science, History, and Foreign Language.Dual Enrollment provides an opportunity for qualified juniors and seniors to earn high school and college credit simultaneously.