Redefining Excellence - In the Classroom ~ On the Field ~ In the Community

For Their Futures

                                                   In the Classroom

• Top Quintile SAT score: 1380

• Top Quintile ACT score 31

• 14 Advanced Placement class offerings


 College Credit courses through USC

• An average of 98% of Cardinal Newman graduates matriculate to colleges and



• Approximately 50% of each high school graduating class earn at least 8 semester

  hours of college credit by the time they graduate


• Approximately 98% of Cardinal Newman School eighth graders enter ninth grade

   with at least 2 high school credits

$0 - additional cost for students to receive special tutoring or an academic assistance 


• The High School Quiz Bowl Team won the SCISA Regional Championship

                                                       On the Field

• 38 SCISA State Championships over the last three years

• 23 SCISA Region AAA Championships over the last three years

• New, state-of-the-art facilities for all sports


Only SCISA school to earn double academic honors from the National Soccer Coaches

   Association 6 years in a row!

• Athletic opportunities in a total of 14 different sports and 32 teams



                                                    In the Community


• Average of over 25,000 service hours each year

• Raised over $40,000 for worthwhile community organizations


• CN Dance Marathon, the first high school marathon in the Midlands, raised over  

   $192,000 in five years for Palmetto Health Children's Hospital


• 99 students received Presidential Volunteer Service Awards

                                                       For Their Futures

• An average of over $6,205,709 in College Merit Scholarships over the last three years

• National Merit Scholars and Commended Students

• Graduates are attending prestigious universities, such as University of Notre Dame,

  Case Western University, Colgate University, Georgia Tech, Furman University, as well

  as the honors colleges at the University of South Carolina and Clemson University