Academics

At Saint Olaf Catholic School we meet students where they are at, helping guide them to their best self. Whether below, above, or at grade level, we seek a years worth of growth for each student every school year. We build curious, intentional learners, equipped with solid faith, resilient and committed to service. While at Saint Olaf, your children will flourish within the protection of a close-knit, caring community that guides them through successes and failures. No matter the path, students become equipped to navigate the world. Curious, faith-filled, and resilient, our students make a difference.

 

 

HMH Subjects
Curriculum Description
Student Scores on or Above Grade Level, Grades 3-8, 2018-19 School Year
Saint Olaf School, ACT Aspire Assessment Davis School District, Rise Assessment
Into Reading Transitions students beyond explicit instruction into self actualized learning. Guides students from emerging readers to effective writers 67% 61%
Into Social Studies Students learn what it means to be a contributing member of society by developing strong contextual foundations to build knowledge and find their place in the world. Students think and act like historians.    
Dimensions Science High impact learning experience, guiding students through exploration, analysis, application, and explanation. Think like a Scientist! 62% 42%
Go Math Provides differentiated instruction resources accross interactive platforms enabling students to engage, explore, explain, elaborate, and evaluate. Develops student mathematical understanding. 86% 49%
 
 
SAINT OLAF CATHOLIC SCHOOL LEARNING EXPECTATIONS 
 
Catholic Christians who:
•Have a personal relationship with God
•Demonstrate an understanding of Catholic beliefs and traditions
•Make choices based on Christian values
•Serve others
•Maintain a prayerful, healthy, and balanced lifestyle

Communicators who:
•Write with ease and make a clear point
•Write using correct grammar and spelling
•Speak clearly and confidently
•Listen and observe actively and respectfully
•Collaborate and cooperate with others
•Lead and motivate others

Learners who:
•Use a variety of resources, skills, and strategies to increase knowledge and understanding.
• Solve problems and think critically
• Show responsibility for their learning

 

Responsible users of technology that:
• Access, analyze, organize and process information
 
  
 

I will instruct you and teach you in the way you should go; I will counsel you with my loving eye on you. Psalm 32:8