Whether you excel in a specific field or you want to push yourself at every step, our curriculum choices ensure you will always find an academic challenge with room to grow.  Our students take pride in their academic success and are driven by a rigorous curriculum.  The academic program at Seton LaSalle is designed to help the students develop as Christian men and women intellectually and spiritually, and to provide motivation and preparation for a lifetime of study and work.


Two curricular options, one great education.
Course Progression Map
Since 1957, our well-established college preparatory academic program has served our students well and has produced graduates who are continuously successful at colleges and universities across the country.  This traditional curriculum allows for more flexibility with electives, STEM classes, and additional math and science course opportunities.
Course Progression Map
Our classical curriculum focuses on the humanities with courses in theology, philosophy, art, music, history, and literature. Students receive a well-rounded education in all subject areas including math, science, and technology. Classes are taught in a seminar style with an emphasis on group discussion, as well as analytical reading and writing.
College in High School opportunities with Saint Francis University:
College in High School opportunities with Saint Vincent College:
CIHS Sacraments and Morality CIHS Vocations & Ethics
AP Language and Composition AP Literature and Composition
AP U.S. History AP European History
AP U.S Government and Politics AP Physics C: Mechanics
AP Chemistry AP Calculus BC
AP Calculus AB AP Spanish 
AP French  AP Computer Science Principles
AP Computer Science A AP Art History
AP Music Theory AP Studio Art: 2D
AP Studio Art: Drawing  
AP Studio Art: 3D  
Intro to Philosophy
Special Topic Seminar
Philosophy II -- Special Topic Seminar
Great Ideas
Holocaust Studies
Prose 1
Poetry and Drama Language and Composition
Literature and Composition World Cultures 1 and 2
U.S. History 1 American Government
Economics History of Pittsburgh 1 and 2
History of Pittsburgh 2 Biology
Chemistry Physics
Geometry Algebra 2
Statistics Trigonometry/Pre-Calculus
Calculus French 2
French 2 and 3 French 4
French 5 Spanish 2
Spanish 3 Spanish 4
Spanish 5 Latin 2
Latin 3 Latin 4
Latin 5 Accounting 2
Computer Programming Art History
Marching Band 1 Marching Band 2
Marching Band 3 Marching Band 4
Modern Media 2 Music Theory
Composition 1 / Prose 1 Composition 2 / Poetry and Drama