Welcome to Rosarian Academy!

Rosarian Academy, committed to the values of the Catholic Church, is an intellectually challenging, harmonious community in Palm Beach County. Serving early childhood through 8th grade, students are encouraged to demonstrate honorable values, embrace meaningful service and reflect learned knowledge. We have cultivated an environment where students genuinely love to learn and seamlessly advance on a foundation built for their unique successes throughout life.
The only independent, Catholic school in Palm Beach County
student faculty ratio
21st century technology integrated in all classes
Over 90 years of rich history
Cutting-edge fine arts, media center athletic facilities
Wide range of student organizations

Rosarian Academy School News: GeoBee

January 17, 2019
Palm Beach Post

Eighth-grader Stephen Hall won first place in the school-level competition of the National Geographic GeoBee.

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Rosarian Student Wins GeoBee

December 26, 2018
Palm Beach Daily News

Rosarian student wins GeoBee: Want to know where Eritrea is?

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Rosarian Academy Students recognized as Duke University TIP Scholars

December 20, 2018
Palm Beach Post

Students who have been recognized as Duke University Talent Identification Program scholars: seventh grade, Natalie Acosta, Alexandra Beauchamp, James Cohen, Angela Frankland, Juan Lucas Gonzalez-Cabannellas, Ariane Holton, Quinlyn Janson, Molly Lanahan, Lulu Lang, Daniele Mischke, Cade Randolph, Brewer Rehm, Harry Scarola, James Smeenge, Layna Steele, Harper Throop, Mary Walsh, Andrew Vargas, Tucker Yavinsky; sixth grade, Niki Atteridge, Lachlan Barr, Jack Beylo, Emeline Chopin, William Fabbri, Marcello Fiorentino, Cate Frerichs, Nicholas Grippi, Bailey Groth, Eleanor Hall, Satya Hamilton, Isabelle Herlong, Risa Hernandez, Anthony Iuliani, Finn Jarvi, Georgina Keogh, Sophia Machado, Chloe McGann, Joseph Modenos, Parker Pressly, Logan Ray, Marissa Sanchez, Nicholai Steinle, Katherine Teubner, Winthrop Ward, Natasha Yedinak; fifth grade, Heidi Alcime, Sawyer Bachman, Julian Barr, Edward Bauer, Emily Ding, Anthony Javarone, Charlotte Jordan, Ella Ross Lang, Asher Levitt, Nicholas Lombardi, Thomas Murray, Jack Smeenge, Liam Stetson, Kenneth Wagner, Mercer Ward; forth grade, Kassandra Andreou, Emily Dillon, Landon Eskra, Evan Furlo, Jack Hansen, Ajax LaNasa, Julia Schmidt, Eleanore Sieving, Laing Supple, Emarie Thibaut.

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Pick up a copy of today's @ShinySheet to read about our girls soccer team, boys basketball team, and the school-level National Spelling Bee. https://t.co/Gd0UqEp6EK #RosarianAthletics #RosarianAcademics #FoundationforLife #BecomeYou

Girls varsity won a hard fought match against Palm Beach Day Academy yesterday,1-0. Go Raiders! #RosarianAthletics #BecomeYou https://t.co/IrKJpW4lct RosarianAcademy photo


Become a Rosarian graduate.

Our value-driven, close-knit community fosters the development of confidence, skill, leadership and creative expression. Students are not only ambitious but also exceptionally prepared for future endeavors.
2 out of 3 seventh and eighth grade students are Duke TIP scholars
Accepted into the most desired high schools & ultimately the finest universities
Balanced and grounded in faith, values, knowledge, arts, sports & service