We believe in a holistic approach to education. We believe that young men learn from the total experience of the school setting. We attempt to address the religious, academic, social, psychological, physical, and cultural development of students through our programs, classes, service, and faith.
In admitting students, we look for young people who can profit from and contribute to the religious and educational mission of CHS, which aligns with the mission of the Brothers of Sacred Heart.
Catholic High School strives to create an atmosphere for learning that provides each student with opportunities to thrive. Caring educators and one-of-a-kind course offerings allow students to explore their passions while excelling in academics.
Catholic High School is home to champion athletes on and off the field. The real achievement of our athletics program is discipline, camraderie, and the physical fitness of our community's future leaders.
CHS offers a wide variety of quality extracurricular activities as a way of enhancing our holistic approach to education. This allows students to take pride in their school and in themselves, while increasing their receptivity to formation and promoting their success in all aspects of life.
Faith formation at CHS is designed to form young men to live their lives for others in the spirit of the Gospel. An important element involved in this effort is service to others, not only at school, but also in the larger community.
Last Saturday, the Catholic High Track & Field team took home the state runner-up trophy after a tremendous performance in the LHSAA State Indoor Meet. The Bears were led by the 4x400m and 4x800m relay teams that both placed first in their events.
Yesterday, the Catholic High Bowling team traveled to Kenner and defeated Holy Cross 16-11 handing the #3-ranked Tigers their first loss of the season.
Senior Chris Day's brilliant goal in the 70th minute broke a scoreless tie and sent the Catholic High soccer team to the State Championship Match for the fourth time in five years.
This past Saturday, the Catholic High Powerlifting team won the 2024 East Regional Meet after placing six different athletes in the top three of their weight class.
National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence Awards
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faculty members are CHS alumni
Unique student clubs and campus extracurricular organizations