Bishop Moore Catholic High School employs a college-preparatory curriculum that consists of the state-required courses for graduation, theological studies, and a wide range of electives. We’ve designed our curriculum to challenge students to grow academically and spiritually to become leaders in their worlds of influence.
BMCHS Writing Center
A center for growing and learning for all Bishop Moore students.
- Brainstorming topics
- Research techniques
- Formatting papers
- Structuring lab reports
- Organizing writing
- Grammar lessons
- Improving essay skills
- Increasing written test response skills
All tutors are Bishop Moore seniors in good standing with the National English Honor Society.
*Note: our tutoring services are to increase student skills and abilities. We will help students create a piece of writing and guide them through writing, grammar, and spelling rules, but we will not edit any paper. We are not an editing service.
Bishop Moore Catholic High School has a digital learning environment. Students are required to purchase eBooks for all courses. Please use the student course request form to determine the eBooks that will need to be purchased. If you need assistance or have any questions regarding course requests, please email us.
We have provided Information to purchase eBooks listed by department. You should purchase eBooks from the selected vendors to have full functionality of the eBook, ensure access to associated platforms, and assure full use of the instructional resources available.
Pearson Product Information
You will need to purchase some eBooks that are Pearson products on the first day of school. If you or your student has already purchased Pearson products in previous school years, please use the username and password that you have previously established. For the 2016-2017 school year, students will be required to purchase MyFoundationsLab. This product will be used in math and English classes to assist students in preparation for SAT, ACT, PSAT, and ASPIRE, along with providing support for these various curriculums. This purchase will need to take place the first week of school, as it will require a Course ID from the student’s teacher to complete the purchase.
Please complete all book purchases by Monday, July 25, 2016, the exception being Pearson products that require the Course ID and that we have noted in the purchase list.
Please email us at with any questions that you may have regarding the purchase of eBooks.
Specially designed to include courses that encourage success at the post high school level, our curriculum exceeds Florida’s Department of Education requirements and employs inter-disciplinary techniques that help students integrate their learning into daily life.
Placement in our core classes (math, science, language arts, history, and government) is based on students' entrance exams, previous transcripts, and teacher recommendations. In addition to state required courses, our students also take religion and theology classes.
Students at BMCHS round out their schedule with electives (classes they choose based on their interests and talents). We offer a variety of classes in fine arts, physical education, technology, the sciences, publications, and world languages.
We integrate technology into every classroom at BMCHS. From electronic textbooks to current event research and the latest educational applications, our students are actively involved in their learning. For more information, visit our Technology page.
In addition to our respected diploma, qualified students may enroll in the Moore Academic Scholars Program. By choosing from up to 23 advanced placement classes during their years at BMCHS, students can graduate with an honors diploma.
We recognize the importance of the fine and performing arts in the lives of our students. We offer exposure to the arts through electives like band and vocal music, a variety of art classes, drama, speech and debate, photography, and digital media.