Today’s college-bound student needs to become a critical thinker, to develop analytical and problem-solving skills, and to communicate effectively using 21st-century tools.
St. Ursula Academy provides young women with an optimal learning environment to address these needs. Enthusiastic faculty members who are experts in their fields integrate the uses of technology to engage the “digital minds” of today’s student – students who have grown up using technology.
All courses are college-preparatory.
For college-bound, highly motivated young women who have dyslexia or other learning disabilities, we offer an Educational Service Program that provides support services for these students to experience the full range of our curriculum. These students take classes (including honors and AP, if appropriate) and receive support from the Educational Services specialists. Special requirements and additional fees are required. For information about the Educational Services Program, contact Ms. Geri Walsh at 513-961-3410, extension 135.