St. Monica Catholic High School is a coeducational high school located on Lincoln Boulevard. Since 1937, the institution has provided its students with a faith-based education that stresses Christian service in addition to its college preparatory curriculum. (A variation of the school, called the Academy of the Holy Names, was founded in 1901.) Among the school's values are strong character, intellectual curiosity and love of God and others. Academic departments include art, computer studies, English, foreign languages, mathematics, performing arts, physical education, religious studies, science and social studies. In addition to academic requirements, students must also perform 100 hours of Christian service in order to graduate. Students, teachers, parents and members of the Santa Monica community partner for Reaching Out, Challenging Kids (ROCK), a program that encourages students to tutor and mentor. The school also features one technology lab (which contains 30 computers), one library (which also contains 30 computers) and one language lab. Additionally, the school has a broadcast journalism studio with film and sound equipment.