Educating Hearts & Minds Since 1959
St. Edmond’s Academy is a community of families, educators, and partners inspired by the values of the Gospel. In the Holy Cross tradition, we are committed to the education of young boys from grades JK-8. Incorporating contemporary thought with individualized instruction, a challenging 21st century curriculum, and a focus on the core values of heart, mind, hope, zeal, and family, St. Edmond’s Academy develops boys of character in a community of faith.
Reverend Jacques Dujarie organized the Brothers of Holy Cross, originally called the Brothers of Saint Joseph, as a teaching community in 1820 France. In 1837, Blessed Basil Moreau associated these Brothers with a society of auxiliary priests to establish the Congregation of Holy Cross, a religious community of priests and brothers. After the establishment of the University of Notre Dame in 1842, the Brothers founded additional schools across the country, adding to other Holy Cross schools in Europe and throughout the world.
As a Catholic school, rooted in the traditions of Holy Cross education, we are dedicated to empowering our students with values for life. From a young age, students develop an understanding of five core values distilled from the writings of Blessed Basil Moreau- heart, mind, hope, zeal, and family. Students learn to respect themselves and those around them, embracing the likeness and differences of all.
All students are accepted to the high school of their choice.
Accredited by Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools
Committed to Educating with Zeal
We believe in a safe and positive learning environment for all our boys.
We believe boys learn in different ways and must be taught effectively to meet their individual needs.
We believe that learning the fundamentals provides the necessary framework for academic success.
We believe in providing a holistic education–through academics, athletics and the arts, as well as spiritual and social growth.
We are proud of our alumni
I am a professor of international affairs at the Bush School of Government and Public Service, Texas A&M University and the head of the School’s International Affairs Department. My own academic work is focused on the contemporary politics of the Middle East.
De’Joun graduated from Archmere Academy in 2015 and is a proud Temple University graduate as well. De’Joun is currently employed with BPGS as a project engineer. His ‘proudest moment’ in that role thus far has been opening Talen Energy Stadium’s VIP Tunnel Club for the Philadelphia Union’s first ever home playoff game.
Head of the Department of Nutrition Science for the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute and National Zoological Park.
George graduated from the US Senate Page Program on June 5, 2015. George was appointed in January 2015 by Senator Christopher Coons (D-DE). George now works as a SAR Analyst for NewDay USA.
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