A Benedictine Education

Benedictine College Preparatory Cultivates Discipline, Creativity, and Critical Thinking

Our students are challenged every day to learn not only more about the world around them, but about the person God is calling them to be. Our strong Catholic identity, coupled with a philosophy of education as the formation of young men, is what makes us different from every other school.
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    • BCP Cadets Gathered in the Library

Challenging Academics

Benedictine’s strong academic program provides our students with a challenging college preparatory curriculum that includes a variety of Advanced Placement (18) and honors-level (27) courses, small class sizes, and individualized instruction taught by an experienced faculty who are content experts. Our program is infused with Catholic values which foster discipline, servant-leadership, hard work, and community service providing opportunities to cultivate these virtues daily.

Dedicated Faculty

With a passion and an understanding for how boys learn best, and a deep appreciation for the school and our traditions (over 25 percent are graduates), our faculty members are dedicated, experienced, and committed to the preparation for success of each student. And with a 12:1 student to teacher ratio, we pride ourselves on our individualized approach that ensures each student’s needs are met, in and out of the classroom.
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A Benedictine Graduate

A Benedictine graduate is prepared for the rigors of college and beyond, no matter where life takes him. We have a higher goal at Benedictine than just seeing our graduates achieve their best success in the next phase of their lives. We form young men in a Christ-centered life of faith, and provide them with the intellectual tools to defend their faith when they go forth to college and beyond. These young men will be our nation’s future husbands, fathers, priests, politicians, lawyers, doctors, and teachers. Guided by the Holy Spirit, they will lead a generation that continues to make our church, our community, and our nation great.
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Brycen Arbogast '24

"Sports, the brotherhood, and the way you can personally connect with your teachers are what I like most about attending BCP. The teachers really look after you."