Holy Name of Jesus School challenges its students by offering a comprehensive and relevant curriculum that fulfills the school’s mission and philosophy. Across grade levels, the curriculum design is congruent with the School-wide Learning Expectations, the Archdiocesan curriculum guidelines, and the Common Core State Standards.
The curriculum includes instruction in music, art, physical education, religion, language arts, math, science, social studies, and technology. A continuum of concepts and skills have been established between the various subject areas and grade levels through the use of textbook series, online programs, and software. Loyola Marymount University (LMU) has partnered with Holy Name of Jesus Catholic School to bring a cutting-edge blended learning model to the underserved children in the Los Angeles community of Jefferson Park. Click here to learn more about the LMU Blended Learning Program.
The curriculum design offers opportunities for learning such as digital classrooms, online communication, poster and art contests, poetry contests, essay contests, spelling bees, school newsletters, science projects, science fairs, models of the missions, competitions and academic decathlon – locally and inter-school. These opportunities help students become self-motivated and encourage them to become lifelong learners.