These resources can be used during any grade as long as prerequisites are met.

Resource Bell
Academic Pathway: General
Term: year-long course
Credit: 1 elective credit

The purpose of the Resource Room is to provide the opportunity for students with disabilities to receive the specialized instruction to meet their individualized annual goals as laid out in their IEP/ISP. During this time, students will also receive support in the general education curriculum, organization, testing accommodations, as well as their related services (i.e Speech, Title I, etc.).

MUSP (Marianist Urban Student Program)
Academic Pathway: General
Term: year-long course
Credit: 1 elective credit

Each MUSP student receives a MUSP class bell designed for skill enhancement and enrichment.   Students receive additional academic support in the form of tutoring/mentoring. Students can bring in coursework/assignments from other classes. Students are also taught soft skills necessary for successful completion of high school and success in college and/or career. Students must apply and be accepted into MUSP at the beginning of the school year.

LPP (Lavatus Powell Program)
Academic Pathway: General 
Term: year-long course
Credit: 1 elective credit

Each LPP student receives an LPP class bell designed for skill enhancement and enrichment. Students receive additional academic support in the form of tutoring and mentoring. Students can bring in course work/assignments from other classes when extra remediation is needed. Students are also taught soft skills necessary for successful completion of high school and success in college and/or career. Students must be accepted into LPP.

CISE Support (Catholic Inner-City School Education)
Academic Pathway: General
Term: year-long course
Credit: 1 elective credit

The CISE Support bell allows the CISE Advocate to work directly with students each day. Students focus on areas such as reading, writing, note-taking, exam preparation, presentation skills, homework, and follow-through. Students learn how to effectively use their Purcell Marian resources to manage their time. Mentors and tutors are available to help facilitate and enhance the learning experience.  

***Available to students from the ten CISE Grade schools***

Freshman Advisory
Academic Pathway: General  
Term: year-long course
Credit: 1 elective credit

This course seeks to help students perfect the art of being a student. Together we will be answering the question, “What is a student?” and identifying where and how we embody those qualities. By the end of this course, students will:

  • Demonstrate awareness of personal interests and qualities, including strengths and challenges
  • Demonstrate an awareness of and willingness to seek help for self and others.
  • Set, monitor, and evaluate short-term and long-term goals.
  • Practice organization and time-management skills.
  • Collaborate successfully with peers, teachers, and staff.
  • Reflect on academic and personal behavior and make appropriate changes if needed.
ESL Support
Academic Pathway: General 
Term: Year-long course
Credit: 1 elective credit

This resource bell is structured for students who live in homes where the principle language is spoken in Spanish. This class is geared towards the tutoring and mentoring of such students with the assistance of a certified English/Spanish teacher, Spanish teacher, and Native Outreach coordinator/Spanish Teacher.