"For God and Country....Building for Tomorrow

"Preparation for life has dictated the choice of the various elements which form the general curriculum. Religous instruction, moral formation, domestic training, social accomplishments, intellectual enjoyment, mental discipline, and athletic attainments have all found a place in the program. The liberal and useful arts are cultivated. Religion, mathematics, chemistry, physics, biology, literature, domestic economy, business training, history, languages, mechanical drawing all aim at sending into the world boys and girls ready for the opportunities and responsibilities of their lives....

The curriculum endeavors to give the pupil an all around preparation in order to make them intelligent, active men and women with minds and hands trained for the sphere in which God has placed them.

Excerpted from The Delonian, 1947 yearbook

Students Working
Students at work in an engineering drafting class.

Decades later, the methods and courses of instruction have changed, but the purpose of Delone Catholic's academic preparation has not. Our academic program is designed to prepare students for whatever vocation they have been called to by God.
Delone Catholic squires graduate with the knowledge, skills, work ethic and self-discipline necessary to be successful in their future educational and professional endeavors as "Doers of the Word" (James 1:22).