Every year the students of Saint Augustine Academy from Kindergarten through 12th grade participate in raising funds for the school by participating in the annual jog-a-thon.
For the kids it gives them a chance to take ownership in helping raise funds for financial aid for St. Augustine Academy. As one of the best Catholic schools not only in Ventura or California but in the United States according to the Cardinal Newman Society, it is important that we be able to offer a Catholic education to all who wish to seek it and not just based on the ability to pay for full tuition.
Pay your Jog-a-thon pledge online
This year the Jog-a-thon will be on May 7, 2021
The event will begin at 9 a.m. at Chumash Park in Ventura
We will need volunteers please call the school for opportunities
More Information About St. Augustine Academy of Ventura
St. Augustine Academy is open to all qualified students without regard to race, color, creed, nationality or ethnic origin. The school does not discriminate on the basis or race, color, sex, or national and ethnic origin in the administration of any of its policies. This policy does not conflict with the priority given to the admission or employment of Catholics.
Saint Augustine Academy follows a Catholic classical liberal arts education curriculum. Traditionally, the liberal arts are divided into the trivium consisting of grammar, logic and rhetoric and the quadrivium consisting of arithmetic, geometry, music and astronomy.
The crowning discipline of the curriculum is theology. Each discipline prepares the mind for a contemplation of God. The theology tutorial formally considers our relationship to God by presenting the Church’s perennial teaching free of dissent.
With a classical liberal arts education, Saint Augustine Academy students grow in the theological, intellectual and moral virtues, pursuing Heaven, the Truth, and the Good.