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Why Teamwork Matters: A Parent’s Perspective

What happens when families, faculty, and communities join forces? This AOPS mom describes how teamwork transformed the way her children learn and serve.

Top 5 Apps For Teaching The Math of Money Management

Make pizzas, build roller coasters, and collect monsters — these kid-friendly apps teach the basics of saving and spending by bringing money management to life.

Today in Class: Solve a Worldwide Crisis

What’s more difficult to manage — global issues or group work? Students at Holy Trinity School are learning how to handle both.

The State of PA vs. Your Favorite Novel: Mock Trials Bring Literature to Life

Nervous students. Fictional defendants. A real presiding judge. See how this program uses literature to fuel high-stakes courtroom showdowns.

PARENT’S GUIDE: How to Manage Your Child’s Screen Time at Home

Screen time can affect your child’s health, mood, and ability to learn. Use our guide to set healthy limits for your entire family.

A Promise to Our Students

At AOPS, we don’t just teach today’s students. We prepare tomorrow’s leaders. The Most Reverend Michael J. Fitzgerald explains our community-wide commitment to developing the whole student.

Why Communication Matters: A Parent’s Perspective

When her son needed help, teachers listened and reached out. See how this school’s culture of open communication keeps this mom’s mind at ease.

Ahead of the Curve – AOPS Students and the 2017 TerraNova Test

In 2017, AOPS students surpassed national testing averages as well as their own scores from previous years. Check out their results in our latest infographic!

The Meaning Behind Madrina: How AOPS is Engaging Hispanic Families

Welcoming our neighbors. Finding a common language. See how our Madrinas Ministry is going beyond Hispanic outreach.

Taking Lessons Outside, Rain or Shine

Assumption Academy has a new approach to immersive education: taking the classroom outdoors, rain or shine, every day. Here’s why (and how) teachers are getting students in touch with some very messy subject matter!

Their Class Assignment: Minister to One Another

A class where the students give back? The Faith in Action course empowers students to go out and minister to the community.