Explore AOPS

Explore AOPS

Why Cultural Diversity is Making Catholic Schools a Better Place to Learn

Can cultural diversity change the way children think, act, and learn? Here’s why AOPS is committed to making diversity a core of our students’ Catholic education.

Why Community Matters: A Parent’s Perspective

There’s no place like home… until there is! An AOPS mom shares her thoughts on what makes Catholic education work for her daughter, her husband, and herself.

10 Programming Websites and Apps for Your Kids

Introduce your children to the world of programming! These resources will teach them the basic skills they need to get started.

INFOGRAPHIC: AOPS Achievement by the Numbers

Scholarships, student-teacher ratios, and more! Get a quick look at the numbers behind our amazing schools.

INFOGRAPHIC: A Breakdown of TerraNova Success

In 2016, AOPS students went above and beyond to surpass local and national testing averages. Here’s the breakdown of their achievement!

A Fresh Take on the Freshman Experience

Being a freshman doesn’t have to be scary. This AOPS high school is getting upperclassmen to bring new students on board with fun and style.

Teacher Spotlight: The Power of STEM

A full-fledged lab is just one of the ways David Heacock is inspiring his students to pursue a passion in the sciences.

Teacher Spotlight: Strength by Example

Moira Catherine Whalen is an example of someone who has been pushed to go above and beyond — something she brings to her classroom every day.

“Disable the Label” at Archbishop Carroll

Through the Best Buddies program, AOPS students are breaking through the label of “disability” to form long-lasting friendships.

5 Apps and Websites to Get Your Child into Community Service

Make it fun for your young ones to help out with these service-oriented interactive resources!

Meet the People of AOPS

Hardworking faculty and staff are the heart of AOPS. Here, eight employees share stories about their careers, challenges, and proudest moments.

Technology Trailblazers

Kathi Szymborski remembers huddling with her students around a TI-99/4A computer to learn about technology. That was 1981, a lot has changed.