Our curricular programs are reviewed periodically by diocesan and school committees. The reviews are scheduled over a five-year period for all subject areas. Curriculum guides for all grades are available in the school office.
Early Childhood Program (3 and 4 year old programs)
The Early Childhood program is a developmentally appropriate program for children who are 3 or 4 years old by September 1st of the current year. The Early Childhood program runs from 8:30 am until 12:30 pm, with before and after care available. A Florida certified teacher is assigned to each classroom and is assisted by a classroom aide. The daily schedule includes faith development, small and whole group learning time, center exploration, and outdoor play. Art, library storytime, violin, and further enrich the curriculum. Themed activity days are a hallmark of our hands-on approach to early childhood education.
Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten Education Program (VPK)
Resurrection Catholic School participates in the Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten Education Program (VPK) created to prepare 4-year-old students for kindergarten and build the foundation for their educational success.
Elementary Education (Kindergarten – Grade 5)
The elementary education program is a total education program for kindergarten to grade 5 with an emphasis on hands-on learning. Our program consists of the following subjects: Reading, Math, Language Arts, Science, Literature, Social Studies, Religion, Art, Music, Physical Education, Technology and Foreign Language.
Middle School (Grades 6-8)
A strong middle school curriculum for sixth, seventh, and eight graders is taught by a team of professionals dedicated to developing the potential of each student. The middle school program consists of the following subjects: General Math, Pre-Algebra, Algebra, Language Arts, Science, Social Studies, Religion, Foreign Language, Physical Education, Health, Technology, and an elective program of additional fine arts classes.
It is the goal of Resurrection Catholic School to provide access to technology for the students in a manner consistent with creating and maintaining a school of excellence. Technology is used as a tool within the context of student instruction and lesson plans are designed to integrate technology into the curriculum. Students are encouraged to use technology tools to set goals, plan activities, and evaluate results rather than passively completing assignments without reflection. We utilize a variety of instructional technology, including interactive whiteboards, document cameras, student computers in every classroom, and iPads.
Religion & Service
Our students grow and excel through their involvement in our rich academic, cultural, and spiritual environment. At Resurrection Catholic School, Religion is not only part of the curriculum, it is reinforced through inter and extracurricular activities celebrating traditions and providing service to those in need.