Blessed Sacrament School provides students up through 8th grade with a strong foundation in faith as well as the academic skills to succeed in high school and beyond.
Parents often ask how BSS students fare when making the transition to high school, and what options they have for high school. Blessed Sacrament students are well-prepared to succeed in life, including adjusting to the different environment of high school. BSS students are typically quite active high school students, participating in sports, drama, and other extra-curricular activities while maintaining the high level of academic excellence begun at BSS.
Many BSS students transition to the public school system, attending the high school for which they are zoned. Information about public high schools can be found on the Alamance Burlington School System web site.
Often students choose to continue their education in a Catholic high school. Area Catholic high schools include:
Some families choose to enroll in area Charter schools. BSS students have attended these charter schools:
Area private schools include: