About Us: Curriculum

A three-time National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence

1994 | 2007 | 2015

At Blessed Sacrament School, we strive to meet the individualized academic needs of all learners through tiered instruction, differentiation, and data-driven pedagogy. We promote spiritual growth in our students by nurturing their formation and helping them recognize their unique God-given shapes using the Theology of the Body curriculum.

Below are additional highlights of our curriculum.

  • Our school theme, Shaped by God to be Stewards, is implemented across content areas to reinforce the Theology of the Body themes of uniqueness and love
  • Our curriculum framework is made up of essential skills that were developed in collaboration with the local high schools to ensure high-school readiness
  • Students enjoy specials such as art, music, physical education, technology, Spanish, and library
  • Students score in the top 15% of the nation on standardized tests
  • We offer both all-day and half-day Kindergarten programs with transitional options
  • Math, reading, and special education specialists are on staff to help all learners
  • Data-driven intervention blocks are in grades K-8 for approaching, on, and beyond-level learners
  • Students in grades 4-8 can test into the Explore program which offers enrichment to higher-level learners
  • 25% of graduating eighth graders receive high school scholarships
  • Sixteen current 8th grade students are enrolled in Algebra I at Covington Catholic and Notre Dame Academy, and one current 8th grade student is enrolled in Algebra II at Notre Dame Academy
  • Nineteen 8th grade students tested out of Spanish I at Covington Catholic High School and Notre Dame Academy during the 2018-2019 school year
  • Eleven 7th grade students qualified to take the ACT or SAT through the Duke T.I.P. program during the 2018-2019 school year. Seven of those students qualified for state and/or grand recognition
  • Both 2019 National Merit Semi-Finalists from Covington Catholic High School are Blessed Sacrament graduates