The Medical Sciences Academy will provide the university bound student with the academic skills needed for a Pre-Med, Pre-Vet, Pre-Pharmacy, Pre-Dental, and Nursing majors. Students will have the opportunity to work closely with area hospitals, local universities and respected professionals within our community in their respective fields along with laboratory experiences that will expose MSA students to hands-on, practical clinical skills.
The STEM Academy offers a curriculum designed to help meet the increasing demand for qualified employees in these fields. The faculty works closely with local universities, businesses, and engineering firms to ensure that the coursework will give students the best tools to succeed in their university and beyond.
The Law and Global Business Academy includes two distinct tracks. The Law track will help students develop an understanding and appreciation for the American legal system through the classroom education as well as hands-on legal activities such as mock trials, shadowing legal professionals, and Model UN and debate competitions. The Global Business track allows students to immerse themselves in specialized courses as well as be able to bring to fruition their ideas for new business through the creation of a full business plan.
Students in this academy will explore visual arts as well as performing arts. Visual arts will encompass both traditional methods and innovative digital media. Performing arts will allow students to express themselves through choir, dance, music, and drama.
Student to Faculty Ratio
Dual Enrollment Courses
Clubs and Honor Societies
Fun Events Each Year
Acre Campus with state-of-the-art fields
on average per year in college scholarships
PSAT - January 26, 2020
Students in 9th, 10th, and 11th grade will take the PSAT during school on January 26, 2020. Please refer to PlusPortals for more information.
Catholic Schools Week
Catholic Schools Week will be celebrated February 1st through February 5th. Please refer to PlusPortals for more information about events and activities.
Senior, Julianne Rodriguez, changes lives with her robot
Senior, Julianne Rodriguez, is a member of the STEM Academy and has created a telepresence robot to connect senior citizens with their loved ones. She designed and built the robot out of her own home during the pandemic to solve one of the largest world crisis today. The school community is very proud of Julianne and her invention on creating a better and brighter tomorrow.
First All School Mass of the New Year
The First All School Mass of the new year was celebrated January 7, 2020 and the feast of St. Raymond of Pennafort.
Support St. Brendan High School
We are growing, and we invite you to grow with us. Our Campus Master Plan will result in a myriad of benefits for our community of faith. Philanthropic support will help transform nearly 50% of St. Brendan's Campus into a much safer, state-of-the-art facility. The number of visitors St. Brendan High School will be able to accommodate on a daily basis will significantly increase due to this project. It will also allow our students greater opportunities to succeed in Athletics. Colleges are watching closely, and we aim to give our students every opportunity to succeed and compete with other schools. St. Brendan High School is committed to student excellent in mind, body, and spirit.