Graduate Profile

Catholic schools integrate faith, life, and culture and place an emphasis not just on what students learn, but on the kind of persons they are and become.  Catholic school education is particularly effective, as it is not limited to the knowledge needed to succeed in life, but rather seeks to shape an ethical perspective toward personal responsibility and community involvement.  As a result, Catholic school graduates are more likely to volunteer for community services and to be active participants in their own parishes later in life.  Graduates of Catholic Schools in the Archdiocese of Atlanta strive to live their faith, excel academically, support their community and serve as a positive role model to others.


  • Are centered on Gospel values,
  • Recognize the gifts they have been given by God,
  • Are willing to serve others in their community and beyond,
  • Understand and live their faith according to God’s will.


  • Have mastered the appropriate basic skills and concepts,
  • Are able to apply what they have learned to real life situations,
  • Are able to use technology as problem solving tools,
  • Are able to think critically, communicate effectively, and work collaboratively.


  • Make wise ethical and moral decisions,
  • Are self-confident, self-disciplined people of integrity,
  • Are creative and open minded,
  • Are respectful and productive citizens.

Graduates of our 3 Archdiocesan Catholic Schools have a 100% Graduation Rate, received over $59 Million in Scholarship Offers in 2019, excluding HOPE and have been accepted into Auburn, Brown, Boston College, Clemson, Columbia, Georgetown, Georgia Tech, Harvard, MIT, Northwestern, Notre Dame, Princeton, University of Georgia, University of North Carolina, University of Virginia, Vanderbilt, Yale and the Armed Services Academies among many other fine institutions of higher learning.