The academic programs at St. Eugene School are developed and approved by the Office of Catholic Education and the Archdiocese of Philadelphia. Students in Kindergarten through Grade Eight are instructed in the areas of Religion, Mathematics, Integrated Language Arts (Reading, Writing, Listening, Speaking and Thinking), Social Studies, Science, Music, Art, Computer Education and Physical Education. Each subject area is taught according to the curriculum guidelines, which are prepared and disseminated through the Office of Catholic Education. Teachers utilize the guidelines as their core program with the textbooks, workbooks, audio-visual and technology to enhance the course of study.
Beginning in the spring of 2006, children in Kindergarten, Grade 1 and Grade 2 will have Spanish lessons twice a week through a video-based program. St. Eugene School was one of only fourteen schools in the Archdiocese to be chosen to teach this program.