Just like college, the daily class schedule fluctuates to accommodate student needs and teach them how to manage their time. They can use the valuable resources such as a media center, science labs, tutoring and teachers during Student Resource Time (SRT). Our teachers engage students in new and innovative ways such as exploring the Region with a variety of field trips, getting hands-on experience talking to students at local parochial schools and venturing to Chicago for cultural experiences.
College-bound students may take advantage of Bishop Noll’s Advanced Placement, ACP and Dual Credit (DC) courses, which afford students the opportunity to earn college credit. In addition, students who exhibit academic excellence are invited into Honors English, Honors Math, and Honors Science classes.
Bishop Noll also prepares those students wishing to reach their fullest potential by offering courses leading to the Indiana Academic Honors Diploma and CORE 40 Diploma.
These courses of study, recognized by the State of Indiana, offer graduating seniors preferred status on Indiana college and university applications. They also guarantee financial assistance for colleges and universities in Indiana.