The Faculty & Staff is committed to continuing the great legacy of Resurrection School by providing an authentic Catholic education. Our classically-based curriculum provides our students with a rich academic foundation in reading, writing, mathematics, the sciences, history, and religion, and we incorporate a full range of electives in art, band, computers, music, physical education, and latin. Our weekly schedule offers students three Masses each week, students attend retreats, and they spend time in Eucharistic Adoration on a regular basis.
At a time when it seems other schools curricula are focused on testing and training rather than learning, Resurrection School has continued to demonstrate that traditional teaching methods work. We offer a traditional, classically-focused Catholic environment, where children develop at their own pace. Our students learn reading based on phonics, math from the Saxon Math series, and life lessons from teachers who truly believe in and live out Catholic virtues and values. We also have art, band and Spanish and a well-equipped computer lab. We strive to use technology to complement our challenging curriculum. In addition, our small class sizes and high expectations are tried and true methods for academic success.
A Classical Education
More information about our classical curriculum coming soon!
At Resurrection, faith is an integral part of our daily school experience. Students are taught to walk with Christ through prayer, weekly eucharistic adoration and rosary, three school-wide Masses each week, religion classes, retreats and Christian service. We are proud of our Catholic identity and the legacy of faith that we strive to pass on to each of our students. We also are a diverse community, and welcome children and families of all faiths to join our learning community.
Catechesis of the Good Shepherd
Students at Resurrection School receive religious formation in the classroom through our Catechesis of the Good Shepherd program, by attending Mass three times weekly, attending retreats, Adoration, and in many other ways in the classroom.
If your child is enrolled in Resurrection School, they will participate in the various levels of the CGS program with their class during school hours. Children in the school prepare for First Holy Communion using the CGS First Communion program.
Learn more about our Catechesis of the Good Shepherd program here.
"Disciple of Christ, Education in Virtue" Program
At Resurrection School, we are blessed to have two religious sisters on our staff from the Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist, based in Ann Arbor. Students at Resurrection School participate in the DSMME "Disciple of Christ, Education in Virtue" program, with the goal to help all students understand how to live a more virtuous life. Through the "Education in Virtue" Program, students "will begin to naturally incorporate the language of virtue within [his or her] daily life and grow as a disciple of Christ." (https://golepress.com/education-in-virtue/)