St. John Neumann Regional Academy follows a program of studies in accordance with the regulations of the Department of Education of the Diocese of Scranton and the basic requirements of the Department of Education of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
Each spring, students will make course selections for the following year. Students, with the help of the Guidance Department and their parents, will choose courses wisely, bearing in mind all the future goals they hope to achieve. All course selection sheets, registration forms, and the registration fees must be returned to the Main Office.
All students must carry a minimum of six major subjects each year. Graduation from St. John Neumann Regional Academy requires satisfactory completion of no less than twenty-seven credits of planned courses in acceptable sequences during grades nine through twelve. This includes the successful completion of the prescribed course in Theology for every student each year. In addition, students must have a passing grade in all subjects in order to receive a diploma (regardless of number of credits).