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School Life

Since our founding in 1994, Holy Redeemer Catholic School has provided a faith-filled and academically rigorous experience that forms both the mind and the heart. Our faculty and staff members work together with our hundreds of students from grades preK-8 and their families to create a vibrant and thriving community.

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Holy Redeemer provides its students with a rigorous curriculum that is a balance of academics, religion, and special subjects—such as music, art, physical education, and computers.

Students graduate as 8th graders with a broad knowledge base that serves them well through their high school and college years.

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Sports Program

KnightsLogoHoly Redeemer competes in the Catholic Middle School Athletic Conference (CMAC), which is comprised of 12 Catholic schools. All twelve Catholic middle schools in the Orlando area participate in CMAC for basketball, soccer, track and volleyball. Skill levels are generally split into three levels - varsity, junior varsity (jv), and junior junior varsity (jjv).  Boys and girls teams are available for each sport, and the emphasis is a high caliber of competition to prepare the children for high school athletics. GO KNIGHTS!

Catholic Youth League

All questions should be directed to the Athletic Director, Isaiah Pace.

Athletic Handbook


Thank you for your interest in Athletics at Holy Redeemer Catholic School.  All students who are interested in participating in any sports, please fill out the Full Registration Form, the FHSAA Physical Form and the Concussion and Heat Illness Waiver.  Please return all forms to Coach Raymond.

Registration Form FHSAA Physical Form Concussion and Heat Illness Waiver

Moving from the Bottom Third to the Top Third in the Nation

Moving from the Bottom Third to the Top Third in the Nation

Notre Dame ACE Academies are closing the achievement gap. The median national percentile ranking (NPR) of our students increased from fall to spring every year, indicating students gained more than 1 year of growth. From fall 2011 to spring 2015, on average, our students improved from the bottom third to the top third in the nation in math. Reading scores are just as impressive with students moving from the 29th to the 53rd percentile.

Closing the Gap Quickly

Closing the Gap Quickly

New students typically enter Notre Dame ACE Academies several grade levels behind (navy bars). Our culture of high expectations for academic growth and character formation quickly catch them up. Even students who have only been in the ACE Academies for 1 year show dramatic academic gains, which they continue to demonstrate in subsequent years (green & gold bars). Math scores show similar results with students entering in the 33rd percentile and quickly moving up to the 42nd after just one year.