A St. Charles Education


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  • A Classical Education at St. Charles

St. Charles Preparatory School represents the breadth of economic and ethnic backgrounds from the greater Columbus area. Since its founding in 1923, St. Charles Preparatory School has nurtured the minds and hearts of scholars, priests, entrepreneurs, executives, artists, musicians, doctors, legal professionals, and community leaders.

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  • Curriculum

    A St. Charles classical education is designed to provide students with the intellectual and moral facility to think independently. Critical thinking, problem solving, questioning, and research are emphasized throughout the curriculum. Beyond the mere acquisition of information, the school strives to cultivate lifelong learners - individuals who are motivated to continue learning and who have the skills and discipline to do so. While a liberal arts background is primary at St. Charles, special talents and inclinations are nourished and promoted.
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  • Academic Support

    At St. Charles, academic support is structured in a thoughtful and comprehensive manner. We believe that having layers of staff to assist in the academic growth and development of our students is critical to the success of each and every young man. We are dedicated to providing a well-rounded support system that allows any boy in central Ohio the opportunity for an all-boys Catholic education.
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  • Guidance

    The St. Charles Preparatory School Guidance Department is comprised of licensed counselors who are here to assist your student in a variety of ways. Our staff will provide guidance and support to maximize each student’s personal and academic potential. They will assist students in career exploration, college selection and application, leadership development, and working through personal and social development issues that students may face.
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St. Charles Preparatory School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.