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Our 20 Catholic schools form students who will pursue excellence, grow in faith, and transform the world. We welcome students in preschool through the 12th grade, from all faith backgrounds. More than 8,000 students are enrolled in our accredited schools, yet every child is valued and given individualized attention, with teachers and parents working closely together. Tuition assistance is available to make Catholic education accessible to all. Explore why our Catholic schools are right for you and your child.

Why Catholic School?

Our schools are dedicated to providing an exceptional education rooted in the Catholic faith. Research shows children who attend Catholic Schools are more likely than their counterparts in other schools to graduate, go on to college, and secure higher paying jobs. Students also score higher on advanced achievement tests in reading and math.   

Every child – whatever their faith background, socioeconomic status, ethnicity or learning ability – is a beloved child of God and we welcome them with open arms at our schools.

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St. Gabriel, Holy Trinity take top honors at second annual St. Jerome Book Battle

Students from Catholic schools across the Diocese of Charlotte competed in the second annual St. Jerome Book Battle April 25 at the Mecklenburg Area Catholic Schools Fine Arts Center in Charlotte. The reading competition is unique to the Diocese of Charlotte and was established by the diocese’s Catholic Schools Office to promote truth, goodness and beauty through reading literature.

Special needs students ‘rock’ on through diocese’s Catholic Schools

PACE program, which provides hands-on special instruction to students with learning disabilities. (Troy Hull | Catholic News Herald)CHARLOTTE — Stephen and Jessica Dey are giving back to Catholic Schools in gratitude for the extraordinary support they say the Diocese of Charlotte’s schools have provided their daughter Avery – who was born with Down Syndrome and now is a junior at Charlotte Catholic High School.

Bishop McGuinness golf team wins conference championship

One may be the loneliest number, but it has certainly received a lot of attention for its integral role in Bishop McGuinness High School’s 2024 golf season.

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