Our students grow and prosper spiritually, academically, emotionally and socially.
We teach respect for the dignity of every person solely because they are a child of God, not because of anything they do, have or profess. By infusing religion throughout the curriculum, we help our students become well-rounded individuals who contribute to society in a variety of ways.
In addition to core classes, our schools offer a wide range of subjects, including religion, technology, languages, visual and performing arts, and more.
Learning doesn’t stop when the bell rings. All schools offer a variety of clubs, sports, and activities that students are encouraged to join and participate. Some of the clubs offered by our elementary schools include National Junior Honor Society, student council, Robotics, drama, Mad Science, craft clubs, Computer Art and Design, music clubs, and sports teams.
All of our high schools have competitive athletic programs and a variety of co-curricular activities, including National Honor Society, band, theater performances, yearbook, newspaper / journalism, debate team, film, poetry, fencing, Student Council, Improv, and photography.
Learn more about the “Catholic School Advantage”.
"By the definition of being Catholic, we're called to be inclusive and respectful of all people. Our schools emphasize the moral life, the sacramental life and respect for the dignity of every person. We realize everyone is made in God's image and likeness."Peter Shaughnessy, head of school, Bishop Stang High School
"We believe in one another. But beyond that, we believe that if we do our best and do things the right way, no matter what the outcome, we're respecting ourselves, our families, the school, and honoring our God."Aaron Cole '20
"I decided to come to this school because I liked the opportunity to continue growing in my faith and be in a community with people of the same values as me. JPII allows us to branch out and find out who we are and where we want to go in life. The school pushes us to challenge ourselves, but not in a pushy or overwhelming way."Jenna Williams '19