Steve Clement’s parents were AOPS sweethearts. He was an AOPS student. Now he’s helping to direct AOPS enrollment. Find out why our academics, athletics, and service kept bringing him back!
The visual and performing arts are big business — which is why AOPS schools are positioning students for careers in design, dance, music, and more. Get the full details in our latest infographic!
It all started with one volunteer event: this AOPS alumnus describes how his time serving others in high school helped him embrace his calling.
How can children benefit from learning leadership skills? This AOPS parent explains how her daughter gained the confidence to speak up for others.
Wobble stools and yoga mats: see how this school is using flexible seating to improve focus and foster independence.
What’s even more impressive than a state championship? See how AOPS high school athletes are making a lasting impact in their classrooms and communities.
What does investment mean for an AOPS school parent? One Philly mom shares her story about weighing the options — and the costs — of her kids’ school choices.
Schools do more than provide knowledge — they instill values. This AOPS parent shares the values she sought in order to find the right school for her six children.
From creating Shakespeare-themed song lists to writing poetry by deletion, Daniela Fazio is finding new ways to connect today’s teens with classic works.
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.
Through specialized job training, our students with special needs are getting more than work experience — they’re gaining the confidence to be independent.
In 2016, AOPS students went above and beyond to surpass local and national testing averages. Here’s the breakdown of their achievement!
Scholarships, student-teacher ratios, and more! Get a quick look at the numbers behind our amazing schools.
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