skip to main content

  Mission Statement  

Monroe Academy Mission Statement


The mission of Monroe Academy’s faculty, staff and Board of Directors is to provide each of our students with the opportunity to receive an education in a Christian environment. Each student should be grounded in essential knowledge and skills necessary for producing quality work. The student should have the ability to solve problems and make decisions through a variety of learning activities which offer him or her appropriate opportunities for success as unique and valued individuals, growing in knowledge, responsibility, integrity, independence and positive self-concept.


  About The School  

Points of Volunteer Pride

* Students are allowed to begin each day with prayer and devotion.

* Uniforms are not required, as students follow dress code guidelines.

* High school students score above the state average on all parts and the

   composite score of the ACT.

* Students in grades 2, 4, 6, and 8 score above the national average on the SAT.

* In an average year, 95% of our graduates go to college and 75% receive college


* The average class size is 15.

* Our graduation rate over the past ten years is 100%.

* 6th grade students participate in the President's Educational Awards Program.

* Students in grades 5 and 7 are eligible for the DUKE TIP Program.




No membership or student of any race, color, nationality and ethnic origin shall be denied application for or membership to the Monroe County Private School Foundation and shall not be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, nationality and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, athletics and other school administered programs.