St. Andre Accelerated Learning Program

The St. Andre Accelerated Learning Program introduces a new strategy for education based on a personalized approach and teaching to the "jaggedness" of all learners. Utilizing innovative technology, curriculum, and philosophy from the Summit Personalized Learning Platform and Teach to One Math, students master rigorous content and develop cognitive skills at a pace and learning style designed for their individual learning needs.

The hallmarks of this program include 1:1 mentorship; personalized academic coaching; daily student progress tracking for parents and students; and ongoing parent support programs. The goal is to prepare students for Advanced Placement level courses by their junior year.

Students work in this personalized style for their core academic courses including English, Math, History/Social Studies, Science, Theology and World Language. St. Andre students also have the opportunity to select from a variety of elective courses throughout their four years at Moreau.

"The St. Andre program gives you a chance to show everyone how smart you are by letting you learn the way that works for you. It's really for students who want to go beyond expectations."

Admission Information

Incoming freshmen are identified for this program by the Admissions Committee after a comprehensive review of standardized test scores, grades, teacher recommendations, and interviews.

Department Members

Dani Lorta, Program Coordinator; Devan Bevilacqua, Math; Narcisco Bernardo, Theology; Christopher Hayes, Math; Cara Lazarus, English; Peter Shelley, Theology; Michael Tsan, Math and History; Nathan Villaneuva, Math and Science

Weekly Newsletter

Moreau publishes a weekly newsletter for the parents of Saint Andre Accelerated Learning Program students.

Sept. 15 newsletter

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