Who We Are
Who We Are
Romero Academies partners with families to form future saints by developing the intellect, forming the character, and engaging the faith of each student.
Romero Academies forms future saints and scholars by partnering with families to develop the intellect, form the heart, and engage the faith of each student. Inspired by the life of St. Oscar Romero, Romero Academies graduates will develop the virtue, knowledge, and academic skills necessary to thrive in the city’s most selective college prep high schools. Romero graduates aspire not to have more, but to be more.
The Romero Academy model is based on a belief that success is about more than academics. It is about character, faith formation, partnership, and how the content is taught. We will achieve its goal of helping students develop the virtue, knowledge, and academic skills necessary to thrive in a selective college preparatory high school and college by focusing on five key areas:
Each child will work in teacher-led small groups of 5-10 students while also learning at their own pace using personalized technology tools.
Character building education.
We explicitly model and teach the virtues of courage, wisdom, self-control, and justice to prepare our students for both college and heaven.
Christ is at the center of everything we do.
We expect our students to “be more.” We focus on love and joy mixed with high expectations for academic work and behavior so our graduates will excel in high school, college, and beyond.
We believe that parents are the first educators of their children. Our school is always open to parents and we seek their partnership in helping their children excel.
Our Core Virtues
Complete trust in God and confidence in His plan.
Doing what is right in the face of fear (K-1) and finding the strength to persevere (2-3), and having a willingness to venture when unsure (4+).
Fairness (K-1) Giving to God what is due; Giving to each person what is due consistent with each individual’s God-given dignity.
Making thoughtful choices (K-1) demonstrated in word and action (2-3) with knowledge of the things that matter.
Actively monitoring voice and body (K-1) by considering their impact (2-3) and exercising power over impulses (4+).