McAuley Program (Academic Support)



The McAuley Program offers an alternate support structure for a student who has special learning needs and who meets the educational requirements of the program. This is a select program with a small class size. The curriculum focuses on the development of English, Reading, Math, Study Skills, and Organizational Skills.

This is an academic support program. IEPs (Individual Education Plan) are not developed or maintained for students in the McAuley Program. Parents/guardians agree to ensure completion of assignments, good attendance and conduct habits, and reinforcement of positive attitudes towards school.

The mission of the McAuley program is to provide identified students with special learning strategies so they will become more successful throughout their high school education. The goal is to have a student leave the McAuley Program when the student’s skills improve. Upon review of student performance, the Director of the McAuley Program and Administration will determine the appropriate academic group placement for a McAuley student.

For Admissions inquiries: 

Please apply by clicking here. Students applying for this program must have an update IEP, or Psycho-educational evaluation, along with the required documents outlines on our Admissions page. 


For more information, please contact:

Sr. Peggy Kirby, RSM

Director of McAuley Program
215-226-1225 ext. 184