In keeping with Subiaco Academy’s mission, the school community strives to serve God by serving others. With this in mind, the Academy takes great measures to offer the students different methods of transportation throughout the school year.
As primarily a boarding school, Subiaco Academy offers three types of transportation for the students. The Academy has five buses, two mini-buses, three vans, and four cars. Subiaco Academy uses both monastic and lay personnel as drivers, and all bus drivers are professionals with CDL endorsements.
Subiaco Academy provides bus transportation for trips to and from area airports at the beginning and end of the school year, at holiday breaks, and in cases where students have need to leave, when approved by the Academy. The Academy provides bus transportation to athletic events, Renaissance Day activities, school sponsored field trips, and recreational activities. The vans, mini-van, and cars are used to provide transportation to doctor’s appointments, store runs, and trips to testing sites for ACT, SAT, etc. Subiaco Academy does not provide daily bus routes for the day students who attend the Academy.
The cost of any transportation is derived from mileage, cost of fuel, and vehicle maintenance. In keeping with the Benedictine discipline of frugality, the Academy charges for these trips but makes no profit from these services for transportation. It is a service of hospitality for all our Academy students.