Class of 2020 Achievements


Class of 2020 Honors and Awards

  • 6 National Merit Finalists
  • 14 Commended Students
  • 5 Hudson & Holland Scholars
  • 3 Center for Leadership and Development Scholarships
  • 1 Rector Scholarship – DePauw University
  • 1 Commitment Scholarship – Rose Hulman Institute of Technology
  • 1 Indiana Academic All-Star
  • 1 Questbridge Scholar – Northwestern University

Class of 2020 AP Success

In 2019-2020, 393 students took a total of 800 AP Exams.

  • 583 Exams – scored a 3 or higher (73%)
  • 382 Exams – scored a 4 or higher (48%)
  • 169 Exams – scored a 5 (21%)
  • 59 AP Scholars
  • 30 AP Scholars with Honors
  • 47 AP Scholars with Distinction
  • 11 National AP Scholars


Faculty to Student
Class ratio:
12:1

 80% of faculty have attained a Master’s degree or above

 Class of 2020
Average GPA:
3.76

Class of 2020
enrollment:
184


 

HIGH PERFORMANCE ACADEMICS IN AN INNOVATIVE AND CHALLENGING ENVIRONMENT


GRADING SCALE

Brebeuf Jesuit uses a 4.0 grading scale, which is outlined on the transcript. Advanced Placement courses are weighted an extra 1.0 point and Honors courses are weighted an extra 0.5 point. The school-wide grading scale is as follows:

  • A = 93-100
  • A- = 90-92
  • B+ = 87-89
  • B = 83-86
  • B- = 80-82
  • C+ = 77-79
  • C = 73-76
  • C- = 70-72
  • D+ = 67-69
  • D = 63-66
  • D- = 60-62
  • F = 0-59

GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS/GRADUATION PATHWAYS REQUIREMENTS – CLASS OF 2023 AND BEYOND

The rigor of Brebeuf Jesuit is reflected in its graduation requirements. All students are required to take a minimum of six courses per semester. Freshmen are required to take seven per semester. A total of 50 credit hours plus an additional 40 hours of external community service are required for graduation. Required credit hours include:

  • English – 8
  • Math – 6
  • World Language – 4
  • Science – 6
  • Social Studies – 6
  • Computer Science – 1
  • Visual/Performing Arts – 2
  • P.E./Health – 3
  • Religious Studies – 8
  • College and Career Pathway Seminar Courses – 2

Beginning with the class of 2023, students must satisfy all three of the following graduation requirements:

  • Complete course requirements for Diploma with Core 40 Designation OR Diploma with Core 40
  • and Academic Honors Designation,

AND

  • Learn and demonstrate the following Employability Skills option: Completion of a service-based
  • learning experience. Community Service course meets this requirement at Brebeuf Jesuit.

AND

  • Demonstrate at least one (1) of the following Postsecondary-Ready Competencies offered at Brebeuf Jesuit:
    • Honors designation: fulfill all requirements of either the Academic or Technical Honors designation
    • ACT: earn the college-ready benchmarks scores
    • SAT: earn the college-ready benchmarks scores
    • Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB): earn at least a minimum Armed Forces Qualification Test score
    • AP/International Baccalaureate/Dual Credit courses: earn a C average or higher in at least three (3) courses

Further information regarding Indiana graduation requirements can be found here.

ADVANCED PLACEMENT CLASSES:

  • Biology
  • Gov. & Politics – U.S
  • Calculus (AB, BC)
  • Macroeconomics
  • Chemistry
  • Microeconomics
  • Physics 1
  • English Language & Comp.
  • Physics C
  • English Literature & Comp.
  • Psychology
  • Environmental Science
  • Spanish Language
  • Statistics
  • French Language
  • Studio Art
  • Gov. & Politics – Comp.
  • U.S. History
  • Human Geography
  • AP Seminar
  • AP Research
  • World History

Honors Classes:

  • Algebra II Honors
  • Biology II: Honors Anatomy/Physiology
  • Biology II: Honors Biotechnology
  • English Honors 10
  • English Honors 9
  • Finite Math – Honors
  • French IV Honors
  • French V Honors – Conversation and Comp
  • Geometry – Honors
  • Chemistry I – Honors
  • Latin IV Honors
  • Latin V Honors
  • Mandarin Chinese IV Honors
  • Precalculus I – Honors
  • Precalculus II – Honors
  • Spanish IV Honors
  • Spanish V Honors: Conversation and Comp
  • World History & Civilizations I – Honors
  • World History & Civilizations II- Honors
  • Zoology – Honors
  • Marine Science Summer Seminar
  • Advanced Newspaper
  • Advanced Yearbook