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The Diocesan curriculum guidelines, consistent with the State of North Carolina guidelines, are followed for the teaching of all secular subject areas.  All students are required to participate in all school events. This includes class programs and religion class. Class programs are sometimes held in the evening. Annunciation Catholic School has a philosophy of inclusion for all children whose parents wish for them to receive a Catholic school education, provided the school can meet their educational needs with reasonable accommodations. This philosophy is consistent with the mission of the Catholic Church for viewing children with learning differences as children of God and members of the Church.


Annunciation Catholic School offers students opportunities for growth in the following major subjects:


Religion: Catholic doctrine and tradition, Bible study, Social Justice, preparation for the reception of the Sacraments of Reconciliation and Eucharist.  Liturgical services are held on each Friday and on Holy Days for the school community.  Students participate in Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament on the First Friday of each month.  All Annunciation Catholic School students participate in a variety of service projects throughout the year. Religion is a core subject and is graded.


English Language Arts, Mathematics, Social Studies, Sciences, Fine Arts, Physical Education and Electives all follow the Diocese of Raleigh’s curriculum.