Fast Facts

Mascot: Arrow

Colors: Royal and Gold

Year Founded: 1854

Religious Affiliation: Catholic

Grades: 6 through 12

Academics: College Preparatory with 21 Advanced Placement (AP) and 18 Honors Courses; 100 percent college acceptance; nationally recognized STEM program

Service: 12,000 hours annually, in addition to Annual Day of Caring, where the entire SUA community volunteers more than 2,000 hours of service in a single day

Scholarships and Financial Aid: More than 70 percent of the student body receives some form of scholarship or financial assistance to attend SUA

Campus: Nestled in the Village of Ottawa Hills

Facilities: New campus dining commons; state-of-the-art black box theater; a dance/yoga studio; a weight room; athletic courts; on-campus soccer/lacrosse and softball fields; five science labs; a beautiful chapel; and a renovated art studio

Student Body: 577 total, including 457 in high school and 120 in Junior Academy

Student/Teacher Ratio: 11:1

Average class size: 17

Technology: 1:1 MacBook program; leading-edge computer lab

Average ACT score for Class of 2018: 24.5

Percentage of students passing AP exams: 84.4 (state average is 64.1; national average is 61)