As part of the school's 2016-2017 Middle States accreditation, Roman Catholic High School created three goals to help make this great school even better. Over the next seven years, Roman Catholic will strive to achieve the following three objectives.
 

Objective #1: By the year 2022, Roman Catholic High School students will demonstrate enhanced literacy skills across the curriculum as evidenced by the following criteria:

  1. The average junior class score on the Evidence-Based Reading section of the PSAT will increase by 10% over the freshman class score.
  2. The average senior class score on the Evidence-Based Reading section of the SAT will increase by 10 points.
  3. Students will regularly access, manage, and create information appropriately and effectively through the use of technology tools in 75% of their classes.
  4. The average score on the AP US History and AP Biology Examinations will increase to a 3.


Objective #2:  By the year 2022, Roman Catholic High School students will demonstrate improved quantitative skills as evidenced by the following criteria:

  1. The average score of the junior class on the Mathematics section of the PSAT will increase by 10 points.
  2. The Percentage of Seniors scoring above the National average on the Mathematics section of the SAT will increase by 5 percent.

 

Objective #3: By the year 2022, Roman Catholic High School students’ participation in school activities (community service and activities) will increase as evidenced by the following criteria: 

  1. The number of underclassmen who take advantage of service opportunities will increase by 100%.
  2. The number of students participating in activities will increase by 15 percentage points. 
 
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