Commencing with the start of the 2018-2019 school year, Bishop McDevitt Catholic High School will offer every student the opportunity to participate in the 21st Century School at McDevitt. 

This unique addition to our standard curriculum will provide our students the technological skills necessary to be successful professionals, a global perspective that allows our students to understand those socio-political and economic forces and relationships that define our world today, and a collection of project-based learning (PBL) courses designed to empower our students to become creative problem-solvers and productive team members.  In addition, students who choose to pursue the 21st Century School track will be encouraged to participate in our newly developed internship program designed to allow our students to apply those skills developed in the classroom to real-world needs in our community.

The 21st Century School at McDevitt will provide our students relevant skills and experiences immediately connected to the problems and needs facing our community, as well as  more robust, meaningful, and unique learning opportunities that will lead to better college applications and greatly enhance the skillset of McDevitt graduates better preparing them to enter the workforce.