Schools Office

The Mission of the Catholic Schools in the Diocese of Charlotte is to proclaim the Good News of the Gospel and to provide a religious and academic program that allows each student to develop spiritually, intellectually, emotionally, physically and socially, so that each is prepared to live and serve in a changing society as a self-respecting citizen.

The Holy See’s Teaching on Catholic Schools
Archbishop J. Michael Miller, C.S.B., 2005

 

Five Essential Marks of a Catholic School

  1. Inspired by a supernatural vision
  2. Founded on Christian anthropology
  3. Animated by communion and community
  4. Imbued with a Catholic worldview throughout its curriculum
  5. Sustained by Gospel witness

 

2018-19 Pearson Testing Results

Affording Catholic School Presentation 2019

This includes 9 schools serving kindergarten through 8th grade and in some instances pre-school. While each school is part of the Diocese of Charlotte Catholic schools they are directly tied to, and administered by, a corresponding parish. Bishop McGuinness is a Diocesan-based Catholic High School in Kernersville. For admissions contact the individual school – contact numbers are on the school listings.

A centralized, regional system of schools in the Charlotte area that includes 9 schools (2 high schools, 1 middle school, 4 elementary schools, some with PK and TK, and 2 K-8 schools).  For admissions, contact the Director of Admissions at (704) 370-3273.  For other inquiries (704) 370-3265.

Statement of Non-Discriminatory Policy to Students and Personnel

Schools in the Diocese of Charlotte, mindful of their primary mission as effective instruments of the education ministry in the Church, and witnesses to the love of Christ for all persons, shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, age, physical condition, national or ethnic origin in the employment of personnel and administration of the educational policies, tuition assistance, athletic and other school-administered programs.