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Honors Program

The Honors Program is designed to inspire high achieving students to strive for excellence in all areas of their lives; intellectual, social and spiritual. By challenging and supporting highly motivated students throughout their four years with us, Bishop Alemany empowers them to succeed and prepare for making significant contributions to society and their communities throughout their lives.
During the 9th grade these students will take a wide variety of Honors courses. High achievement in these courses will lead to a path of increasingly challenging Honors and Advanced Placement courses in the 10th, 11th and 12th grades.
The following are the Advanced Placement and Honors courses offered by Bishop Alemany:

Advanced Placement


AP Calculus BC

Honors Math Analysis

AP Calculus AB

Honors Trigonometry

AP Physics C

Honors Algebra II

AP Physics 1

Honors Geometry

AP Chemistry

Honors Algebra I

AP Biology

Honors Chemistry

AP Studio Art

Honors English Literature

AP U.S. Government & Politics

Honors American Literature

AP Macroeconomics

Honors English 9

AP U.S. History

Honors Spanish III

AP World History

Honors Christ in Scriptures

AP English Literature

Honors Christology

AP English Language

Honors Paschal Mystery

AP Spanish Literature

Honors Mission of the Church

AP Spanish Language

Honors Sacraments

AP Research 

Honors Catholic Morality

AP Seminar 

Honors Social Justice

Honors students will also be required to engage in significant extra-curricular activities and continue to improve upon their standardized test score performance. Alemany offers numerous opportunities for participation in activities and test preparation in order to help our Honors students develop all of their potentials and build a record of achievement that will open doors to many selective colleges and universities in the nation.
Students who excel at the highest levels will become an Alemany Scholar. This will signify that the student has truly committed himself or herself to excellence in all parts of life: both for oneself and for others.