St. Hubert Catholic High School for Girls exists so that students may develop their God-given gifts of body, mind and spirit. This is accomplished through an educational experience which includes academic and spiritual programs, as well as a variety of sports and extracurricular activities. The academic program provides students with a diverse curriculum designed to challenge students to achieve their full potential in preparation for college and their chosen career path.
The class of 2016 earned over $13.6 million in scholarships.
64% of the 2016 graduating class are attending a four year college/university.
14% of the 2016 graduating class are attending a two-year college.
Three students enlisted in the military, two students chose other trade programs, and the remaining nine are entering the workforce.
The minimum requirements for diploma from St. Hubert High School are 26 credits earned in grades 9-12. All students are required to take a minimum of six major courses per year.
Advanced Placement courses are available in the following subjects: Art History, Drawing, Studio Art, Literature, Government, U.S. History, Psychology, Calculus.
In addition, honors courses are offered to students in English, world languages, mathematics, science, and social studies.
St. Hubert High School has a partnership with Immaculata, Holy Family and Neumann Universities which offer students the opportunity to participate in college courses either on our own campus or at the partnering university.
A complete four- year program in Art and Music is offered to interested students
A “Writing across the Curriculum” program emphasizing the primary skill needed for the 21st Century learner is available.
A state-of-the-art video conferencing capability enables students to participate in our partnership with other high schools.
College preparation begins with the first day of your freshman year! Click here to see our college course programs!