St. Vincent Pallotti High School is located in Laurel, MD.
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St. Vincent Pallotti High School is the oldest, coeducational, Catholic, secondary, college preparatory school in the Archdiocese of Washington, founded in 1921 by the Pallottine Sisters. Pallotti attracts students from 50 different schools in surrounding Maryland counties and the District of Columbia. The school mission, to promote academic excellence and build Christian character in a small, community atmosphere, is accomplished by emphasizing the values of diligence, integrity, and discipline. Pallotti offers a curriculum that draws on the best of traditional Catholic education while meeting the contemporary demands of a traditional liberal arts curriculum. The school offers a challenging four-year honors program, a wide range of Advanced Placement courses, and a learning center for college bound students who need individual support. Pallotti High School has been commended by the Maryland State Department of Education for offering “an unusually rigorous curriculum in preparation for college.” Led by a dedicated and professional administration, faculty, and staff, the school aims for high achievement and accomplishment in all areas of human development.
In collaboration with parents, Pallotti instills theological, moral, and intellectual virtues that help students become better Christians. Following the example of its patron, St. Vincent Pallotti, faculty and staff seek to develop in all members of the community a spirit of apostleship by encouraging all to use their various gifts in the service of Christ. Pallotti accepts and welcomes students of other faiths, and assists them in developing their moral and ethical character. Approximately 47 percent of the students come from minority groups, while more than 50 percent of all students are of the Catholic faith. With an enriching international program, Pallotti hosts over 50 students from Cameroon, Nigeria, and the People’s Republic of China, South Korea, and Vietnam.