Academics News

Posted on Friday, October 9, 2020
Calling all senior parents!  The deadline for the yearbook Senior Parent Ads is Tuesday, October 20. You should have received an email with this information already. For detailed information or to submit your ad, please visit Thank you.
Posted on Thursday, October 1, 2020
Please arrive between 7:20 and 7:45 AM You must wear a mask at all times and your temperature will be taken upon arrival You must have a valid picture ID and an admission ticket Students who do not comply with instructions will be dismissed   Thank you.
Posted on Friday, September 18, 2020
2019 -2020 Virtual Academic Awards Assembly It is with great pleasure every year that we honor the academic accomplishments of our students each semester. These students that we are honoring have achieved academic excellence in their studies or have been recognized for other academic achievements from our 2020 spring semester. Please join us in this virtual celebration of the St. Pius X President, Principal, Deans', and Honor List Honorees, along with 2021 National Merit Commended Students,... Read More
Posted on Monday, September 14, 2020
The next deadline for parents to switch their students from full-time virtual (FTV) to in-person population (IPP) is September 18. Parents who desire to switch from FTV to IPP must submit this form by 9 a.m. on September 18. The student would then begin attending school as an IPP student on September 21. Parents who want to switch their student from IPP to FTV learning prior to September 18 must send an email stating their requested change to Parents will be notified once... Read More
Posted on Thursday, September 10, 2020
The National Merit Scholarship Program provides opportunities for scholarships to outstanding students throughout the country, who succeed in their studies and perform with excellence on the PSAT Examination.  Awards are presented to commended students, scholarship semi-finalists, and scholarship finalists.  Over 1.5 million juniors entered the Merit Program competition.  Only students who place among the top five percent are named Commended Students.  We are pleased to announce St. Pius X has ... Read More
Posted on Monday, June 29, 2020
The English Department requires reading to expand your general knowledge and encourage active engagement with big ideas. Annotating and/or completing reading assignments is your chance to have a conversation with the author and compose your own responses to the ideas presented. Instructions for annotating, specific to each level AND book, are available at the links for the Summer Reading for the Class of 2024 page at (look for the hammock!). Freshman CP JOURNAL assignments, in... Read More
Posted on Thursday, May 21, 2020
2020-21 School Year FAQs (as of May 21, 2020) Dates/Timing Questions When are we planning to start school? We hope to start school on August 10 for Freshmen and August 11 for the entire student body. St. Pius X is part of an Archdiocesan school system and as such we take our direction from the Superintendent of Schools. We are closely monitoring all communication from Governor Kemp’s office, the CDC, and the Archdiocese to determine when and how we will re-open campus and start school. Will... Read More
Posted on Monday, May 18, 2020
This week, St. Pius X held the Zoom meetings with Principal Steve Spellman, incoming interim principal Edye Simpson, and soon-to-be interim president John Favier as they discussed the various scenarios the school is planning for our return to school in August.  If you were unable to make the meeting, please take a moment to view the information here. The same material was covered in each Parent Zoom meeting and questions from each call have been consolidated into this FAQ document. To view... Read More
Posted on Sunday, May 17, 2020
Congratulations to the Class of 2020.  For information on our virtual graduation ceremony, including links for the ceremony, please click here.
Posted on Saturday, May 16, 2020
We wanted to update our families on special events scheduled for later this month and early June. As previously announced, a virtual graduation ceremony will be streamed on Saturday, May 16 at 8:30 a.m. You can view the ceremony on YouTube, or Vimeo. You may also download the full ceremony to your computer. The ability to stream the ceremony, as well as the time it takes to download, will depend on the speed of your internet connection. If you run into any problems with the first streaming... Read More


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