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CatholicIsOurCore.org explores the controversial Common Core State Standards and their potential impact on Catholic schools and students. The Newman Society is committed to helping Catholic families, educators and Church leaders...

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The Catholic Education Honor Roll
recognizes secondary schools throughout the United States that are committed to strong Catholic identity and academic excellence. Schools agree to embrace, support and work toward achieving the “Indicators of a School of Excellence.” There is no cost or obligation to participate.

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are available from multiple resources to help high schools succeed and enhance Catholic identity. We have collected and published a wealth of information to help schools thrive while staying faithful to the Church. Catholic families will benefit from our special resource, My Future, My Faith!

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The School of Excellence Award recognizes high schools that exhibit faithful Catholic education by their institutional identity, administration, academics, and student life. The annual list of awardees serves as a resource for parents, schools, and donors. The 2014 list of recognized high schools is now available and can be viewed here

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Participation in the Honor Roll
is open to secondary schools agreeing to embrace, support, and work toward common "Indicators of Outstanding Catholic Schools." Associate members (new in 2014) include individuals, group study programs, on-line schools, home schools, and others committed to faithful Catholic education.

Catholic High School News

9/15/2014
Today, The Cardinal Newman Society released the list of schools recognized by the Catholic Education Honor Roll as 2014 Schools of Excellence. Since 2004 the Honor Roll has celebrated quality Catholic education throughout the United States.
9/11/2014
The Common Core “rightfully raises an alarm” when all its factors are considered, argued Dan Guernsey, director of The Cardinal Newman Society’s K-12 program, in a recent segment on Register Radio.
9/11/2014
The Santa Rosa Diocese’s contract addendum by which teachers at Catholic schools will affirm their acceptance of Catholic teaching is reportedly still on track for implementation.“There is no intention not to do this [and] it will happen at some point."
9/10/2014
Amidst “highly precarious” financial situations and threats of closure for Catholic schools in Israel, Israeli authorities have said that Catholic schools should become “state schools.”
9/9/2014
Nationwide, classical schools, both diocesan and independent, are springing up and eliciting interest from other schools and groups.
9/8/2014
The primary job of Catholic educators is to form students for a personal encounter with God, says Sister Joan Roccasalvo, a member of the Congregation of St.Joseph.
9/8/2014
Catholic school leaders in Ontario are defending their right to require students to take religious courses and have them participate in religious activities.
9/4/2014
A classical education is useful and relevant in today’s “battle of life,” argues Father James Schall, S.J.in a recent address given at Kolbe Academy/Trinity Prep, in Napa, Calif., in which he spoke of the importance and necessity of a classical education.
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