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Academics

The academic program at Central Private School challenges both analytical and creative thinking. The rigorous academic curriculum at Central Private begins in preschool and continues through 12th grade.

 
 

Art Program

Students who participate in the Art Program at Central Private have the ability to qualify for Advanced Placement Courses. AP students can take Drawing or 2-D Design AP courses. Students work to create a digital portfolio that demonstrates their personal concentration and breadth of skill for college credit and college entry.

Accelerated Reader

Students in grades 1st - 8th use the Accelerated Reader Program as part of their reading curriculum. Students select and read books within their reading level and take computerized tests at school when they finish reading each book.

 
 

First in Math

Students can use this online program that features hundreds of engaging games designed to strengthen fact fluency, automaticity, computational thinking, and other critical skills.


 


 

College Preparatory Courses

English I, II, III, IV
Algebra I, II, III
Geometry
Civics
History of Religion
U.S. History
World Geography
 
 
World History
Biology I, II
Chemistry I
Environmental Science
Physical Science
Art I, II, III
Speech
Health & Physical Education I, II, III, IV
Criminology
Psychology
Publications I, II
Spanish I, II
Sociology

Honors Courses

Biology I, II
Chemistry
Civics
English I, II, III
Physics
Pre-Calculus

Advanced Placement Courses

Art IV
Calculus
Psychology 

Grading Scale

A = 100-93       4 Quality Points
B = 92-85         3 Quality Points
C = 84-77         2 Quality Points
D = 76-70         1 Quality Point
F = Below 69    0 Quality Point
 
High School students receiving a passing grade in dual enrollment, AP, and honors classes qualify for an additional quality point in their cumulative average. Dual enrollment and AP courses are on a 10-point scale.
 

Dual Enrollment

Central Private offers dual enrollment courses through the University of Louisana at Monroe.
  • Students must be a sophomore or higher to enroll with ULM.
  • Classes are offered at $150 per class, plus the cost of books & fees.
  • Students will need a laptop capable of supporting Moodle. This is where instructors will post assignments and classwork, and where students will save their work.
  • Students must have a GPA of 2.75.
  • Students must have an overall composite ACT score of 19 to qualify for dual enrollment.
  • Students must have an English ACT composite of 18 to take the English courses.
  • Students must have a Math ACT composite of 19 to take the math courses.
  • Pre-ACT scores / Accuplacer can only be accepted if a student has not taken the ACT. 

Graduation Requirements

Central Private School follows the Louisiana State Department of Education graduation requirements as listed on their website for the TOPS University Diploma.

Central Private Graduates

Central Private graduates have received acceptances to the following colleges and universities, including but not limited to:
Christian Brothers University
Gardner-Webb University
Louisiana College
Louisiana State University
Louisiana State University at Eunice
Louisiana Tech University
McNeese State University
Mississippi College
Northwestern State University
Our Lady of the Lake College
Southeastern Louisiana University
Southern Methodist University
Texas Christian University
Tulane University
University of Louisiana at Lafayette
United States Air Force Academy
United States Military Academy at West Point
Valparaiso University