Hello my name is Steph and I stalk Molly on instagram.
There I said it.
Anywayssss…while it IS a catholic school I would say 85%-90% of the students are either not religious at all or aren’t very church active Catholics. You’re required to take a religion class before you graduate but it’s not like Catholicism 101 or anything. You can choose from World Religions, intro to Catholicism, Justice Peace & Liberation, to a number of other classes. My friend took world religions and it was her favorite class. Besides that requirement you can’t even tell that it’s a catholic school. I recommend you take a tour and talk to the counselors. It’s such a beautiful campus in such a great part of Austin and the fact that it’s such a small school is great when it comes to the academics. All of your classes have under 30 students (except one freshmen studies class that you have to take your first semester) so all of your teachers know you by name. The counselors, which you’re required to meet with periodically your first year, are beyond helpful. Overall it’s a wonderful school. Please take a tour! The only downside of it is the tuition. It’s pretty ridiculous; it’s more than UT, but if it’s a place you really love then I feel it’s pretty worth it. Let me know what you think of it if you ever visit or apply for it. :)
Miss you beautiful. Hope you’re doing well.