In 1975, the Archdiocese of Miami founded St. Brendan High School to foster both academic excellence and the holistic development of each student in a co-ed Catholic institution.
The school’s college preparatory and academies based curriculum features an outstanding variety of options which enables students to achieve their full potential.
The Alpha Program is an accelerated and rigorous academic program designed for intellectually gifted and highly motivated students. Students take the most challenging course offerings at St. Brendan High School, as well as participate in a great variety of enrichment activities.
Academies are designed to closely resemble college majors and tracks. Students are provided with an early and broad view of what opportunities are available in their future, while also preparing them for the rigors of college and beyond.
Honors Level Courses
The St. Brendan High School curriculum offers 46 courses at the honors level in all major academic areas, including English, Mathematics, Science, Social Science, and Foreign Language.
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