Incarnation Catholic Schools Academic Curriculum is derived from the Standards and Benchmarks developed by the Diocese of St. Petersburg Office of Catholic Schools and Centers. The administration and faculty have further developed these Standards and Benchmarks to reflect the grade level content of each curriculum area. Standards, Benchmarks, and grade level content listings are available in Language Arts, Science, Social Studies, Math and Technology. Incarnation Catholic School is fully accredited by the Florida Catholic Conference and holds comprehensive membership in the National Catholic Education Association. No person on the grounds of race, color, or ethnic origin is discriminated against in admission to Incarnation Catholic School. Nor does the school hire or assign staff on the basis of race, color or national origin either of the staff or of the students.
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