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ACADEMY OF ADVANCED STUDIES APPLICATION

Bishop DuBourg has always boasted a successful honors’ program. In 2012, we took our honors’ program to the next level, as we established the Academy of Advanced Studies. The Academy of Advanced Studies offers a rigorous program of academics and requires an increased level of work and commitment from its members. Students who have scored 85% or above on standardized tests and who have a B+ or higher grade point average are encouraged to apply for the Academy. Students enrolled in the Academy of Advanced Studies have additional graduation requirements including at least 18 of the 23 honors’ or Advanced College Credit courses. The Academy students will be honored at graduation and their transcripts will reflect their achievements. Space in the program is limited each school year.

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Short Essay:
In 300 words or less, please answer the following questions in a short essay format. Please type, use Times New Roman size 12 font, and double space your essay. Why do you want to be a part of the Academy of Advanced Studies? In your response, be sure to address what you expect from being a member of the Academy and how you will contribute to the Academy. Please submit this application (including your essay) and your Student Questionnaire in the enclosed envelope by Friday, January 6, 2023.

Students being considered for the Academy of Advanced Studies will be interviewed by our Admissions’ Committee from January 16-18, 2023.

For more information, please contact our Director of Admissions, Ms. Angela Calloni ‘98 at 314-783-4419 or acalloni@bishopdubourg.org

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The Academy of Advanced Studies challenged me academically with its rigorous course load. Because I was able to take so many classes for college credit, I graduated with my Bachelor’s degree in 2.5 years, saving me time and money.
-Molly Roeder '19
(From the 2022 AAS Induction Ceremony)