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    Saint Vincent Pallotti High School ::: Laurel, Maryland ::: Northeast U.S.

    St. Vincent Pallotti High School

    • Located in the city of Laurel, Maryland, midway between Baltimore, Maryland and Washington DC
    • 500 students, grades 9-12, 7% international
    • Average class size is 18 students; student to faculty ratio is 12:1
    • Extensive Honors and AP courses offered
    • No ESL




    4 seasons, snow in winter

    Student Body

    500 Students grades 9-12, 7% international

    Average Class Size

    18 students


    39 Faculty

    Student/Faculty Ratio


    College Placement

    99% of Pallotti graduates attend college/university.  Some of the universities graduates were admitted:  American University, Boston University, University of California, Drexel University, George Washington University, Georgia Institute of Technology, Loyola University Chicago, University of Michigan, New York University, Perdue University, United States Military Academy, University of Wisconsin-Madison, among others.

    Honors & AP

    Honors Courses:  Intro to Literature & Composition, American Literature, British Literature, Algebra I, Geometry, AlgebraII/Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus, Ethics, Biology, Physics, Conceptual Physics, Chemistry, World History, 20th Century American History, US History, Spanish II, III, & IV, French II, II, & IV, Latin III & IV and Band

    AP Courses:  Biology, Calculus AB & BC, Chemistry, Computer Science A, Computer Science Principles, English Language & Composition, English Literature & Composition, Environmental Science, European History, French, Physics 1, Psychology, Spanish, Statistics, US Government & Politics, US History, World History

    Marking System

    The 4.0 grading system is used for all academic courses and is weighted for Honors and AP courses.   Students meet with academic advisors on a regular basis.

    SAT/ACT Scores:  Average SAT score is 1475; No ACT scores available

    Programs of Study

    All Pallotti graduates must successful complete the following minimum requirements:  27 credits plus community service.

    Religion - 4 credits
    English - 4 credits
    Mathematics - 4 credits
    Science - 3 credits
    (including Biology and Chemistry)
    History/Social Science - 3 credits
    (including US History, World History and American Government)
    Foreign Language - 2 credits
    (same language - recommend 3 years)
    Health/PE - 1 credit
    Technology - 0.5 credits
    Fine Arts - 0.5 credits
    Electives - 5 credits

    Community Service - 80 hours


    St. Vincent Pallotti is accredited by the State of Maryland, the Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools and Association of Independent Maryland Schools.


    Fall SportsMen's: JV & Varsity Football and Soccer, Varisity Cross Country
                      Women's:  JV & Varsity Volleyball, Varsity: Cheerleading, Cross Country, Field Hockey, Poms, Soccer and Tennis

    Winter SportsMen's: Freshman, JV & Varsity Basketball, Varsity: Swimming and Wrestling
                          Women's:  JV & Varsity Basketball, Varsity Swimming

    Spring Sports:  Men's: JV& Varsity: Baseball and Lacrosse, Varsity: Golf, Tennis, Track & Field
                          Women's:  JV & Varsity Lacrosse, Varisty: Softball, Track & Field  

    Extracurricular Activities

    Clubs and Organizations include:  Art Club, Card Club, Captains Club, Chess Club, Creative Club, Drama/Shakespeare/Film Club, French Club, French Honor Society, Guitar Club, International Cuisine Club, Latino Club, Literary Magazine, Liturgical Dance Club, Music Ministry House Band, National Honor Society, Pallotti Goes Green, PAWS for Pallotti, Photography Club, Pro-Life Club, Science Research Society, SHOP Club, Ski and Snowboard Club, Spanish Honor Society, Spirit Club, Student Government Association, Union and the Catholic Apostolate, Women Empowering Women Club

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