Little Rock Family Ultimate All-School Guide: Subiaco Academy
We see Christ in each student as we guide him in his response to God, aid the development of his known and hidden talents, and foster his growth into manhood.
Subiaco Academy is a college preparatory day and boarding school dedicated to whole person education in the Benedictine tradition.
Continuing a 1,500-year tradition of Benedictine education, Subiaco monks have shaped the hearts and minds of young men since 1887.
Technology plays a powerful role in learning at Subiaco. Our goal is to help students master technological skills while using sound judgement. Laptops are provided to each student. Technology is embedded into all courses, especially our STEM curriculum.
Innovative Teaching Methods
The Parallel Curriculum is a first-of-it's kind program focused on well-being, self-awareness, and leadership with integrity.
The Well-Being Initiative promotes mental, physical and emotional wellness in Subiaco students. This student-led initiative focuses on education and resources that promote healthy living and healthy choices.
Campus & Facilities
Subiaco Academy is a part of Subiaco Abbey, a working Benedictine monastery located on 1,800 acres. In addition to traditional school facilities, we promote applied learning with a hands-on art studio, soundproof music practice rooms, a woodshop and more.
Tuition assistance is available to qualified families. Subiaco defines financial need as the gap between the cost of tuition and a family's ability to pay.
Students participate in sports, clubs, religious life, service projects and the arts. Ten competitive sports are offered including the newly added esports. Students choose from more than a dozen clubs.
Honors & Awards
Niche.com rates Subiaco Academy as the “#1 Catholic High School in Arkansas” with an overall grade of A+.
Peer tutoring is available to all students after school and into the evening.
• 100% of 2019 Subiaco graduates enrolled in college
• 89% of our seniors were offered scholarships, receiving more than $3.5 million in merit-based aid.
Dr. David Wright
YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1887
GRADES SERVED: 7-12
CURRENT ENROLLMENT: 149
TUITION RANGE: $8,500-$29,000
SCHOOL MOTTO: "Growing boys graciously to manhood since 1887."
IMPORTANT UPCOMING DATES:
• Rolling admissions
• Financial aid priority deadline, March 31
405 N. Subiaco Ave.