Villanova Preparatory School offers a rigorous college preparatory curriculum for grades 9-12. The school guides students toward full realization of their academic potential through disciplined study and an enhanced spirit of inquiry. Students are encouraged to work to their highest potential, to achieve strong college preparatory skills and to gain a broad knowledge in the humanities, arts and sciences. Villanova consistently places students into many of the top colleges in the nation.
Villanova Prep expects each of its students to pursue a rigorous course of study and engage in an academically demanding college preparatory curriculum. Students are encouraged to develop a range of skills for critical thinking and self-expression, and to mature into socially active global citizens.
All Villanova academic departments work steadily to sequence skill and concept formation, freshman to senior year, in addition to coordinating content acquisition and skill sets across each grade level.
To view descriptions of Villanova courses, please see the Course Catalog.
The Carrie Estelle Doheny Foundation has issued a challenge grant for student scholarships to Villanova Prep. Doheny will match all gifts made for student scholarships from now through September up to $15,000.
Celebrations for graduation at Villanova Preparatory School begin with a Baccalaureate Mass at 7 pm on Friday, May 24, at St Thomas Aquinas Parish, located at 185 St. Thomas Drive in Ojai.
Commencement exercises are set for 11:00 a.m., Saturday, May 25, in the Villanova Grotto. The ceremony will be presided over by the Very Rev. Gary Sanders, O.S.A., Prior Provincial of the Province of St. Augustine.
Medical Examinations in dorm lobby on May 11th 9:00-11:00 am.