Kolbe Academy students must complete the following academic requirements as well as 60 hours of service over 4 years:
- Theology (4 credits)
- English (4 credits)
- Math (3 credits)
- Science (3 credits)
- Social Studies (3 credits)
- Foreign Language (2 credits)
- Electives (5 credits)
- Minors (2 credits)
- Community Service (1 credit)
A Journey to Recovery
Kolbe Academy provides a comprehensive, college preparatory curriculum to all students. The curriculum is designed to challenge students to reach their potential. We seek to create active and curious students who are passionate and excited to learn as well as foster collaboration between students who share a similar recovery journey. At the
The Kolbe academic community is designed to be small and thus, individualized attention can be given to students who need extra help. The planned curriculum is presented to meet academic and career needs. Through the variety of course offerings, students are invited to become involved in a program of studies that complement and strengthen their God-given talents.
Our student enrollment is designed to be small, so there are mixed-grade levels in each classroom and classroom size is kept at a minimum. This way students can receive individualized attention when needed. In these smaller classroom settings, students will able to connect with teachers, engage peers, work collaboratively and foster social connections with one another.
Complementing the academic program is a focus on service, the fine arts and daily physical education. Kolbe students will have a 15-hour service requirement each year to be completed. Giving back to the community is an important aspect of a student’s growth. As they engage members of the community in volunteer work, students grow socially and personally and come to understand the need to give back to society, an important core value of the 12-Step Program. Kolbe students will also have the opportunity to participate in a variety of fine arts – music, art, drama, choir and dance. These avenues of creative expression are important activities that will allow students to grow artistically and express themselves creatively. Physical education is offered daily as research shows that students in recovery can benefit from daily physical activity and because it improves attitudes and knowledge about overall health, fitness and well-being.
Given the nature of students enrolling at Kolbe Academy at different grade levels and at various times throughout the year, Kolbe Academy will work with each individual student to