When do classes begin and end?
Our classes begin at 8:00 each day and end at 3:05 p.m. every day except Wednesday.
Wednesday is an early out day, with classes completed at 1:10 p.m.
Click here for the schedule.
Where do I drop off and pick up?
Do you have a bus service?
How and when do we sign up for the buses?
Do students get electronic devices at the school?
What if the school's electronic device gets broken or lost?
How do we get textbooks for our child?
Can my child bring a device from home?
What about cell phones?
How are communication and grades handled?
Do you have a specific student uniform?
What is the typical academic path a student will follow as well as with honors classes?
When is the best time to contact a teacher on homework issues?
Is there any way to track if students submit something through Google Classroom so both teachers and students can confirm when online submissions took place?
Are grades updated automatically or will it take a day or two to post?
How do honors, AP and DE classes work with weighting?
Are AP classes the same as honor classes?
At what point are students allowed to take classes for college credit?
What are the policies for early release or appointments such as dental?
In Renweb’s attendance records, what is the difference between AE, AU, TE and TU?
What is the policy for missing class that day? And if there is a quiz/test, etc…
How do students pay for their lunches
How much advance notice does my child need to notify their teacher in order to schedule tutoring?
Is there a cost to tutoring?
Do all teachers offer tutoring?
Is there communication with parents when your child doesn’t recognize that tutoring or extra support is needed?
What is the process or timeline with working with the college/career counselor and how does that process work - what grade do they start? Do the kids have to seek her out?
The college and career counseling program at St. A’s spans all four years.
During freshman year, students are guided in looking at graduation requirements and planning their four years to meet them. We also work with student interests to begin learning about potential careers.
As sophomores, discussion focuses on the benefits of postsecondary education, as well as how students’ personal interests and academic strengths impact their options for continuing their education. We continue to explore career options with these things in mind.
The focus of junior year is on laying the groundwork for making decisions about postsecondary plans. We discuss the role of admissions tests, begin to work on personal essays, and create a college list.
Finally, senior year is devoted to completing college applications, financial aid (FAFSA and scholarships), and making decisions about next steps in the students’ education process.
Students interact with the college counselor all four years in class lessons and small group activities. Underclassmen are encouraged to schedule individual meetings with the counselor to ask questions about the college-going process and discuss their postsecondary options. Juniors and seniors are required to attend some individual meetings for guidance and support in the tasks leading to postsecondary education, and to share updates on their progress through the process.