Tradition of Academic Excellence
Saint Timothy Catholic Parish School is proud to be accredited by the Florida Catholic Conference and part of the Archdiocese of Miami. As such, we follow the Florida state standards for all subjects in grades PK2-8th grade.
An excellent Catholic school adhering to mission provides a rigorous academic program for religious studies and catechesis in the Catholic faith, set within a total academic curriculum that integrates faith, culture, and life.
PK2-PK3 (Sister Carolyn Learning Center)
The Sister Carolyn Learning Center services our two- and three-year-old students. The curriculum consists of daily routines that offer faith experiences in a meaningful environment. A balance between passive and active learning experiences promotes early literacy, inquiry based learning, scientific and mathematical thinking while focusing on social/emotional development.Read +
The early childhood program focuses on hands-on experiences, fostering student independence and self-expression while promoting a love of the Lord and respect for one another. Students learn to solve problems through play and exploration. Activities encourage positive relationships with peers and appropriate conflict management.
The development of receptive and expressive language is a key component to early literacy. Thematic units provide varied and authentic learning experiences building the steppingstones for future learning.
Students learn to read, write, and think throughout the elementary years. The students gain the foundational skills that will be necessary for continued success. It is in these years that the love for learning is planted in their hearts and minds.
Opportunities for inquiry and exploration lead to them examining the world through the lens of faith, seeking ways that their knowledge can serve others. Reading, writing, arithmetic, speaking, and listening all combine with faith and the arts to provide a cross-curricular learning platform, geared to individualized student progress.
The middle school's rigorous curriculum challenges students to think critically, work collaboratively, and solve real-world problems while maintaining a Catholic perspective in all decision-making. Departmentalization provides varying teaching styles, promoting diverse learning.