John Paul the Great Academy implements a classical curriculum grounded in the seven liberal arts (the trivium and quadrvium). Students are not taught subjects in so much as subjects are used to cultivate the tools of learning. The goal of the curriculum is to carry on the living tradition of authentic Christian classical education, forming the human person not inflating adolescent ego.
The curriculum is designed to foster intellectual and moral virtue through encountering the great ideas. For the upper school, the curriculum unfolds around the following main areas:
for an overview of the curriculum.