St. John Neumann Regional Academy High School is a co-educational Roman Catholic institution which is open to students grades 7-12. Parents, pastors, teachers, administration, staff and students form a school community of faith enlivened by the Gospel spirit of responsible freedom and charity. Students need not be Roman Catholic to attend St. John Neumann Regional Academy.
The primary mission of St. John Neumann Regional Academy is the education of faith-filled, knowledgeable and healthy young people. Because of our religious nature, the entire formative process takes place in a climate of love and hope. A Christian sense of commitment is expressed and understood through the content of the academic curriculum and in every other dimension of school life. St. John Neumann Regional Academy recognizes that it is the primary right and responsibility of parents to educate their children. It recognizes the right of the Church to fulfill through education, the mission entrusted to it by Christ. St. John Neumann Regional Academy strives to develop within students a sense of respect for themselves (body and spirit), their community and their country, society and the responsibilities which accompany these freedoms. Ultimately, in the process of education, St. John Neumann Regional Academy strives to relate all human culture to the news of salvation, giving the contemporary world men and women of integrity, leadership and substance.
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St. John Neumann Regional Academy, a Catholic Diocesan system serving Lycoming County and surrounding areas, was founded in the life and teachings of Jesus Christ and educates the hearts and minds of students, Pre-K through 12th Grade. SJNRA provides a Catholic, faith-centered community dedicated to academic excellence, fostering personal and spiritual growth, the promotion of a life of faith, and the development of leadership expressed in service to others. This is accomplished in partnership with our families, parishes and community.