The Importance of an All-Girls' Catholic Education

At Beaumont, girls have many opportunities.

They take part in a curriculum that is academically rigorous – from S.T.E.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) -- to a state-recognized art program, to indulging their passions for fashion, music and drama. They can learn a new language, or be part of the only all-girls school in Greater Cleveland to offer the prestigious International Baccalaureate Diploma programme, beginning in fall, 2017.

They also have the chance to express themselves on the playing field as student-athletes where they learn to win with dignity and lose with grace.

The one word that best describes Beaumont is community.

Girls can truly be who they are – and be accepted and appreciated for those individual qualities, which are different with each girl. That’s a truly special advantage of the single-sex approach to education.

At the cornerstone of the Beaumont community is an accomplished, exceptional faculty, whose goal it is to support each young woman and provide her the skills and preparation she needs to succeed in life, so that she will emerge from Beaumont as a leader with an appreciation for the importance of service to others, and a greater understanding of her Catholic identity, deeply rooted in the Ursuline tradition.

We recognize and appreciate the importance of balance in both work and life.

To that end, Beaumont is a fun place to be. We offer girls the chance to enjoy each day no matter what their academic and extra-curricular pursuits.

Our girls form friendships here that will follow them throughout the course of their life.

We continue to build community with each of our students one at a time.

The approach we take is as unique and special as each of our young women.