School Profile


Academia María Reina is a private, Catholic, college preparatory school for girls in grades seven through twelve. It is owned and operated by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Brentwood, New York. The school was founded in 1966. In 1989, the school received the Excellence in Education Award conferred by the Council of American Private Education.

Mission Statement

Academia María Reina, a Catholic secondary school of academic excellence for young women, aims to develop leaders who will serve as agents of change in our society, firm in their faith and convictions, and steeped in the charism of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Brentwood, New York.

Graduation Requirements

Students must have completed 29.5 credits in order to graduate:

Religion 4 credits
Spanish 4 credits
English 4 credits
History 4 credits
Science 3 credits
Math 3 credits
Elective 6 credits
Other half-credit requirements 1.5 credits

Grading System

A 90 – 100 3.50 – 4.00
B 80 – 89 2.50 – 3.49
C 70 – 79 1.50 – 2.49
D 65 – 69 1.00 – 1.49
F < 65 < 1.0

Grade Point Average and Rank

Grade point averages are weighted, AP courses by 1.0, Advanced by .5 and Honors by .10. All courses, except those graded on a Pass/Fail basis, are included in a student’s cumulative GPA. Academia María Reina does not report rank because it is not cumu- lative. Grades are recorded on the transcript, and GPA is computed in January and in May.

Curriculum

Religion Religion 9, 10, 11, 12
English English 9, 10, 11, 12, AP English Literature, Creative Writing, Public Speaking
Mathematics Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry, College Algebra, Pre-Calculus, Calculus, AP Calculus AB,  Introduction to Business
Science Conceptual Physics, Chemistry, AP Chemistry, Biology, AP Biology, Human Anatomy and Physiology, AP Environmental Science, AP Physics
Social Studies World History I, World History II, AP European History, United States History, AP United States History, History of Puerto Rico, Introduction to Psychology, AP Psychology, Sociology, Introduction to Law
Spanish Spanish 9, 10, 11, 12, AP Spanish Literature, Spanish Nivel Avanzado (Advanced)
Foreign Languages French I, II, III, IV, V, VI, AP French Language and Culture, Italian I, II, III, IV, AP Italian Language and Culture
Fine Arts Drawing, Painting, Advanced Drawing and Painting, Experimental Art, Graphic Design, AP Studio Art: Drawing, AP Art 2-D
Other Electives Yoga, Hip Hop, STEAM, Culinary Arts,  Film

 

Statistical Summary

GPA and SAT Mean Scores

 

Class GPA ERW Math
2018 3.57 607 564
2019 3.55 573 534
2020 3.41 585 545
2021 3.58 605 550
2022 3.47 609 563

Honors & Awards

Honors & Awards Class of 2018 Class of 2019 Class of 2020
AP Scholars 12 7 13
AP Scholars with Honors 6 2 8
AP Scholars with Distinction 10 2 7
National Hispanic Recognition Program Scholars  15 6
National Merit Scholars 3
Presidential Scholar 1
Presidential  Scholars Candidates 3 3 1
President’s Award for Educational Excellence 56 53 47
Platinum Medal National French Contest 1 1
Gold Medal National French Contest 1 15 5
Silver Medal National French Contest  7 46 11
Bronze Medal National French Contest 7 21 16
Gold Medal National Italian Contest n/a 4 9
Silver Medal National Italian Contest n/a 6 2
Bronze Medal National Italian Contest n/a 6 1

College Attended by AMR Graduates from 2011-2021

 

American University Escuela Artes Plásticas de PR Maryland Institute College of Art Savannah College of Art & Design University of Dayton
Assumption College Fairfield University Marquette University St. John’s College University of Denver
Babson College Florida International University MIT St. Joseph’s University University of Florida
Baylor University Florida State University New York University  St. Leo University University of Hartford
Bentley University Fordham University Northeastern University St. Louis University University of Maryland
Boston College George Washington University Nova Southeastern University St. Michael’s College University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Boston University Georgetown University Ohio State University St. Vincent College University of Miami
Brown University Georgia Institute of Technology Pace University Stetson University University of Michigan
Bryant University Goucher College Parsons New School of Design Suffolk University University of New Haven
California State University – Fullerton Harvard College Penn State University Syracuse University University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill
Carnegie Mellon University Haverford College Philadelphia University Temple University University of Notre Dame
Catholic University of America Iowa State University Pontificia Univ. Católica de PR The New School -NY University of Pennsylvania
Chapman University James Madison University Princeton University Tufts University University of Pittsburg
Claremont University of America Johns Hopkins University Providence College Tulane University University of Tampa
Clark University Johnson & Wales University Purdue University Universidad InterAmericana University of Vermont
Columbia University Kenyon College Regis College Universidad de Puerto Rico University of Virginia
University of Connecticut Lehigh University  Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Universidad del Sagrado Corazón University of Washington
Cornell University Loyola University-Chicago Rice University Universidad Politécnica de PR Villanova University
Duquesne University Loyola University-Maryland Rider University Univ. at Buffalo-State of NY Washington University St. Louis
Elon University Loyola University-New Orleans Ringling School of Art & Design University of Central Florida West Virginia University
Emerson College Macalester College Rollins College University of Chicago Williams College
Emory University Manhattanville College Sarah Lawrence College University of Connecticut Xavier University