• Academics

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St. Augustine High School is a community of learners. Our faculty and students work together to seek and discover the truth.

Mr. Greg Hecht, Assistant Principal for Academics

At Saints, a student’s journey is about more than academics, it is an educational experience. The Saints Experience promotes the love of learning through rigorous academic, artistic and athletic programs in a Catholic and Augustinian environment. Our educational program is centered exclusively on the needs of young men. At Saints, the individual talents of students are nurtured while the individual needs are supported in a collaborative atmosphere. We develop students’ intellect within the framework of a college preparatory, liberal arts curriculum and stress the need for reasoned thought, teaching students to integrate knowledge into a coherent view of the world.

Our educational program prepares young men for college by providing, outstanding educational experiences, a faculty who excels in their disciplines and offer pastoral care for their students. Saintsmen experience Catholic, Christian formation that prepares them for the city of God and the city of man.

For more information on our Academic program please view our academic pages listed here or contact the Asst. Principal of Academics, Mr. Greg Hecht.

Graduation Requirements

Required and elective courses should total 260 semester credits, along with the completion of the above requirements each student must maintain an overall grade point average of 2.00 (“C” average).

A College Prep Curriculum

Download the Curriculum Guide Here. Studies at Saints center around the liberal arts experience. Every student has six classes which permit him to fulfill the entrance requirements for the University of California,

Mathematics Department Course Placement Philosophy

St. Augustine High School is committed to the continued evolution of its curriculum and the various course offerings and sequencing determined as a result of rigorous and ongoing research, data-based studies, and in-depth discussions with our alumni and department members. 



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