St. Francis Xavier Elementary students are taught foundational studies including religion, math, reading, language, science and social studies, as well as co-curricular subjects: physical education, art, music, band, computer, and library. Curriculum is integrated across all subjects. Student learning is enhanced through the use of technology, research projects, celebrations, presentations, guest speakers, and field trips. 
St. Aloysius High School offers a college preparatory curriculum. For middle school/junior high students, Honors classes are offered in math and English. For high school students, Honors and Advanced Placement classes are offered in certain subjects. Students have a seven-period schedule of 50 minute classes. 
Service, academic and leadership clubs, sports, honor societies, a band, a choral group and a retreat team provide abundant extracurricular opportunities. All students experience an annual retreat with fellow classmates to grow spiritually as children of God.