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Subiaco Academy:
Nestled in the foothills of the Ouachita Mountains and the Arkansas River Valley in Logan County, Arkansas, Subicao Academy is a Catholic Benedictine college preparatory and boys´ boarding and day school for grades 8-12 offering college prep ACT, SAT as well as advanced placement courses.

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Boarding and Day School Programs for Boys (Grades 7-12)
 
English:
Photo of College Preparatory School in Arkansas for BoysThe English department at Subiaco Academy is committed to enriching the students' lives through literature by exposing them to many genres, themes, cultures, philosophies and experiences.

Math:

The Mathematics Department offers a quality mathematics program in the context of the school's philosophy. Specifically, the student is assisted in the acquisition of skills and work experience needed to be successful in mathematically-oriented college courses such as physics, computer design, chemistry, engineering, etc.

Science:
The Science Department offers a comprehensive curriculum which adequately prepares students for college-level courses. The courses offered are Biology, AP Biology, Physics, Physics Honors, Chemistry, Pre AP Chemistry, AP Chemistry, and Earth and Space.

History:
The History department realizes that history is much more than names, dates, and battles.Emphasis is placed on the development of ideas and the analysis of historical trends. The department offers United States History, World History, Economics, Civics, American Government, History of World War II, and World Geography.

Foreign Languages and ESL:
The Academy presently offers three years of Spanish, two years of Latin, and an English as a second language (ESL) course. Each student is required to take two years of the same foreign language. The foreign language department hopes, in the near future, to offer a fourth year of Spanish, an additional foreign language, and a summer Spanish immersion program with studies abroad.

Visual Arts:

The objectives of the Visual Arts program are to use the language of visual art to articulate an understanding of visual art and design experiences, to transfer the learning to other disciplines, and to project those concepts to their life-long learning. Each student will assemble a portfolio of his work and prepare and present his work in an exhibit/display format.

Music:

The Subiaco Music Department is composed of two areas: Instrumental Music and Choral Music. The department has goals and objectives that seek to support and foster a sense of respect, support, work ethic, and Christian values through all of its endeavors.

Image of College Preparatory School in Arkansas for BoysHealth and Physical Education:
The Health Department strives to teach students how to live a healthier lifestyle physically, mentally, and socially in keeping with the school's mission of teaching respect for self and others.

College Preparation Courses:
We prepare students for ACT, SAT and other college preparation exams.

Advanced Placement Courses:
We offer the following AP Courses

- AP Biology
- AP Calculus
- AP Chemistry
- AP Computer Science
- AP English Language and Composition
- AP Statistics
- AP Studio Art
- AP U.S. Government and Politics
- AP U.S. History

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Address: Subiaco, 405 North Subiaco Avenue, Russellville, Arkansas , USA
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As a community of 73 boarders, we offer an incredible amount of diversity, representing numerous states and an average of 12 countries each year. On the other hand, our commitment to remain under 75 boarders allows us always to feel like a family and a close-knit community.
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