Morning Star High School is located in our brand new Bishop Joseph P. Hurley building. We offer an individualized program along with adaptive curriculum to fit each student’s specific learning challenge. This includes individualized instruction, tailored towards individual needs and abilities, for maximum efficiency. Our curriculum includes reading, language arts, spelling, mathematics, study skills, science and social studies. Morning Star high school students have the opportunity to earn a high school diploma based either on a standard curriculum or access points. 

Students also participate in life skills transition curriculum designed to teach development of emotional and social maturity through daily living skills, self-determination, interpersonal skills, employment and job skills – preparing them for life after high school. In addition, Morning Star High School partners with Bishop Snyder High School allowing students to experience a larger high school community. They participate in extracurricular activities, retreats, field trips, Masses and many other social events at Bishop Snyder throughout the school year.

We proudly accept McKay, Gardiner, and Florida Tax Credit Scholarships

 

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“When I’m focused, there is not one single thing, person, anything that can stand in the way of my doing something. There is not. If I want something bad enough, I feel I’m gonna get there.”

Michael Phelps

Olympic Gold Medalist —No Limits: The Will to Succeed, Provided by Understood.org

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“Catholic Schools: Communities of Academic Excellence”
An Article written by the National Catholic Educational Association showing the latest data released from the National Center for Education Statistics for the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP)

"I am the root and offspring of David, the bright and morning star...” Rev. 22:16

The mission of Morning Star School as a Catholic Special Education School in the Diocese of St. Augustine is to provide a strong foundation of faith, service, and academics for students with learning differences in an atmosphere of Christian love, acceptance and respect; encouraging all students to reach their full potential.

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