St. Stanislaus is a Catholic boarding and day school for boys in Grades 7 to 12. Located right on the Gulf of Mexico St. Stanislaus has something for everyone: 11 sports teams; more than 30 interesting clubs such as the SCUBA club, robotics club and magic club; several challenging Advanced Placement and honor courses; and academic assistance for students with dyslexia, ADD and ADHD. The college prep curriculum and dorm life teach students important life skills and provide them with memories that last a lifetime.— Visit school website
Founded in 1854, St. Stanislaus has a long and impressive history, including the distinction of being the oldest school in the world run by the Brothers of the Sacred Heart. While the school has grown and responded to the changing needs of students, it continues to offer just what it ever has: a challenging, academically inclined education for boys reflective of the values of the Catholic Church. Within that, there’s a lot to love, including a broad array of extracurriculars, as well as learning support for ADD and ADHD. Families are drawn by the unique opportunity to live and learn within a diverse, close-knit community of students who share the values of the church as well as a perspective on the world. The ideal student is one who will thrive in that environment, and who is intending to continue to post-secondary education.