Curriculum

Bishop Montgomery High School offers an academically rigorous curriculum that includes 35 Honors and AP courses. This - in addition to the school's 30+ extracurricular clubs - allows students to craft their own high school experience and pursue the interests that they're most passionate about. The school's innovate STEAM program enables students to learn more about specific career fields in science, technology, engineering, arts, and math. 

Languages Offered
  • French
  • Latin 
  • Spanish

STUDENT ACHIEVEMENTS

After graduation, Bishop-Montgomery students go on to attend top-tier universities and colleges around the country.

  • 99% of graduates attend university

  • Students are accepted to top-100 universities

  • Students receive scholarships from universities and local/state/national organizations

  • 23.6 average ACT composite score, above the national average of 20.8

  • SAT mean score of 1161 (out of 1600)

  • 82 students are in the National Honor Society 

  • Students took 469 total AP exams in the spring of 2017

  • 63% of Bishop Montgomery students take AP and Honors Courses

Recent graduates have been accepted to:
  • American University 
  • Boston University 
  • University of California, Berkeley 
  • University of Chicago 
  • Columbia University 
  • Cornell University 
  • George Washington University 
  • Harvard University 
  • Loyola University Chicago 
  • New York University
  • University of Notre Dame
  • University of Pennsylvania 
  • Purdue University 
  • University of Southern California 
  • Syracuse University
  • Washington University, Saint Louis
  • Yale University 

Academic Program Highlights

  • 35 AP and Honors courses 
  • 1:1 Chromebook Program
  • Architecture and Engineering Mentorship Program
  • Average class size of 24 students 
  • 1:16 teacher-to-student ratio
  • Well-equipped labs and computer classrooms
  • Strong STEAM program
  • 21 courses in visual and performing arts
  • Recently renovated learning commons and library 
  • 99% college attendance