Published : Monday, June 26, 2017 | 3:55 AM
On June 8, 20 seniors and 21 8th grade students graduated from St. Monica Academy. After the Baccalaureate Mass, Martin Cothran, editor of Memoria Press’s magazine “Classical Teacher,” spoke to the graduates about the value of a classical education and conferred diplomas upon the graduates. The ceremony closed with the senior graduates singing the words of their Alma Mater: “Crusaders, fight the good fight throughout your future lives. Proclaim the truth with courage knowing Christ is at your side.”
St. Monica Academy, an independent, Catholic, coeducational school for grades 1-12, is at the forefront of a renaissance in classical education, a time-honored method of teaching that inspires students to excel academically and morally. Founded by parents in 2001, the school provides 250 students in grades 1-12 with an academically rigorous education using a classical curriculum.
St. Monica Academy, 2361 Del Mar Rd, Montrose, CA 91020, (818) 369-7310 or visit www.stmonicaacademy.com.