Ursuline Academy offers a rigorous college preparatory curriculum with additional opportunities for elective course work to support individual growth and development.
Ursuline has also partnered with One Schoolhouse, an online curriculum, to maximize course offerings and minimize scheduling conflicts. These innovative learning models help in our student-centered world of learning.
To earn a diploma from Ursuline Academy, a student must meet the following requirements:
- Obtain the last seven credits from Ursuline Academy while enrolled as a full-time student
- Earn passing grades in all courses or remediate failures
- Fulfill all community service requirements
- Be enrolled in a minimum of seven courses in a given semester
- Complete the 28 required credits listed below
Must include Historical Geography, World History, United States History, Macroeconomics, and Government.
Must include Physics l, Chemistry l, Biology l, and one additional Science course.
Same language in consecutive years beginning with Freshman year.
Computer Science A
Computer Science Principles (online)
Language and Composition
Literature and Composition
Calculus AB and BC
Calculus BC (online)
Multivariable Calculus and Differential Equations (online, post AP level)
Environmental Science (online)
Physics l (online)
Physics C: Mechanics
Comparative Government and Politics (online)
Human Geography (online)
U.S. Government and Politics
U.S. Government and Politics (online)
Art History (online)
Studio Art: 2-D Design
Studio Art: 3-D Design
Studio Art: Drawing
Chinese Language and Culture (online)
French Language & Culture
Spanish Language & Culture
Spanish Literature & Culture
Note: Where (online) is indicated, the AP course is taken online.