Transfiguration Academy is dedicated to enabling each student to develop to their full potential, meet the challenges of an ever-changing society, and become worthwhile contributors to the community and future leaders of tomorrow.
This is accomplished through strengthening faith, enlightening minds and transforming hearts…one student at a time.- Mission Statement
Message From the Principal
There’s no one in the world quite like your child. A bright smile, a tender heart, an inquisitive mind — all combined in the most remarkable person you have ever known. At Transfiguration Academy, we understand how precious your child is and how critically important the choice of school is to your child’s development and future.
With that in mind, the Academy offers a challenging academic curriculum that is rich in religious formation and the moral values your child will need to succeed in life. With low teacher-student ratios and an abundance of personal attention, our Academy creates a safe and encouraging environment that challenges bright minds to explore their interests and discover the best in themselves, their classmates and the world.
Tradition of Excellence
At the very foundation of the education we offer is a dedication to excellence. This is how our students consistently score higher on nationally standardized testing than public or charter school counterparts. They have gone on to succeed at academic competitions and at least 97% of our graduates eventually go on to attend college after studying at some of the area’s finest private high schools. We have been recognized nationally for the success of our students with the prestigious Blue Ribbon certification by the U.S. Department of Education.
To nurture the spiritual dimension of our students, School Masses are held monthly and our eighth graders participate in a retreat program to deepen their faith experience.
Transfiguration Academy is the start of a smart investment in your child’s future. To help families manage tuition, we offer flexible payment programs. This faith-based education is well worth the cost. Then again, so are your children.
Mr. James Carlo