Welcome to Norfolk Catholic School

Norfolk Catholic School offers instruction for Pre-K through 12th Grade and operates under the auspices of Sacred Heard Parish within the Archdiocese of Omaha, Nebraska. The Elementary and High School buildings are located on one central campus on West Madison Avenue.  Norfolk Catholic School was established in 1926 initially offering only Grades 1 through 8 and eventually expanded to serve the growing educational and spiritual needs of the parish.  Today, Norfolk Catholic School serves a student population of approximately 600.  The school’s mission is to enable students to live their Catholic Faith and to achieve academic success. The school community is an integral part of the Catholic Church’s mission to proclaim the gospel, build faith communities, offer service to others and the celebrate through worship.  The school’s Catholic identity is strengthened by an integrated curriculum rooted in Gospel values and teachings. A positive school climate is established through the creation of a Christian environment that actively involves students, teacher, parents and community members in recognizing and respecting individual differences.

LB 26
Choice for the Advancement of Nebraska Children in Education Act
Give Nebraska's Kids a

This legislation would provide a 60 percent tax credit to taxpayers who fund scholarships for students to attend a private school.  The donations would be made to non-profit organizations accredited by the state that dedicate at least 90 percent of their revenue to scholarship grants. 
The maximum amount of aggregate tax credits per year allowed at the beginning of the program would be $10 million.  In order to reach this maximum in a given year, donors would have to give a total of $16.7 million, which would translate into over $15 million for scholarship funds (minus an allowance of 10% for the scholarship granting organizations' administrative costs).
Students eligible to receive a scholarship would have to live in a household with income not more than two times the reduced price meal cost of the federal school meal program (currently about $88,000 for a household of four).  First-time applicants would also have to be transferring to a private school from any grade in a public school, be entering kindergarten or ninth grade of a private school, or be the sibling of a current scholarship recipient.  A private school could accept scholarship recipients if it is approved or accredited by the state of Nebraska. 
Nebraska currently is one of only seven states in the U.S. that does not provide its elementary and secondary school students with government-supported options for a non-public education.  As a Catholic school parent, you know first-hand the importance of having this option and the positive difference that it can make in the lives of a child.  LB 26 would increase the availability of a Catholic or other non-public education for children from low- and middle-income families.
Your senator, as a member of the Revenue Committee, will be deciding within the next few days whether to support LB 26 and vote to advance it for consideration by the entire legislature. Please give Nebraska's children a CHANCE by contacting your senator, either by phone or e-mail, with the message indicated.
Senator Jim Scheer      E-mail: jscheer@leg.ne.gov        Phone: 402-471-2929 
Message: "Please support LB 26 and vote to advance it out of committee."
If you call your senator's office after-hours and reach his or her voicemail, feel free to leave a message with your name, town, and the above message. 
If you would like additional information, a copy of LB 26, a section-by-section summary, and a Q and A explanation of the bill are available online at www.necatholic.org. 


Learn more about our mission and the Catholic School difference at LoveMySchool.com

Re-Enrollment for 2015-2016

Just a reminder it is re-enrollment time for the 2015-2016 School Year.  Information was handed out at Parent Teacher Conferences on what each family needs to know and do. Please click here to view this information and contact Stephanie Chandler at 402-371-4584 with any questions.


All families interested in applying for Tuition Assistance (Parish, Archdiocese High School Scholarship, or Children’s Scholarship Fund) for the upcoming 2015-2016 school year, must complete the proper Tuition Assistance Application and submit it with required income documentation by Wednesday,  April 1st.   Applications are available on the School Website  or at the Parish Office.  All completed applications must be returned to the Parish Business office at 204 S. 5th Street.   If you have questions about eligibility or the application, please contact Sheryl Cahoy at the Business Office at 402-371-2621.


Steubenville Conference
Rochester, MN - July 10th-12th

Limited seats available for the Steubenville North Conference in Rochester, Minnesota. Our Parish will be attending with others from the Archdiocese of Omaha. Register now. This conference has the power to set hearts on fire. Come and MEET the living God. He's LIMITLESS!

Check out this video on YouTube:  http://youtu.be/TuOg4m_2Hhw

We are excited that we will be attending the Steubenville North Conference in Rochester, MN!  For more information and to register with the Norfolk Hub go to the Archdiocesan website.

Click here to view the event flier

NC Hall of Fame

Hall of FameThe NC Hall of Fame Dinner will be held Saturday, April 25, 2015. For additional information please visit our Hall of Fame Page or contact Leisa Piper at leisapiper@sacredheartnorfolk.com or 402-371-9256.

Norfolk Catholic School will be accepting proposals for the bidding of E-RATE 470 for networking equipment until noon on February 27, 2015.
Click here to view the Category 2 E-Rate RFP PDFs. (Updated 01/28/15)


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Students of the Month

January 2015

12th Grade:
Geena Piper

11th Grade:
Colton Lyons

10th Grade:
Seth Ruppert

9th Grade:
Sedrick Svehla

8th Grade:
Rylan Rasmussen

7th Grade:
Carlie Cahoy


hot dog


Click HERE to sign-up to help with concession stands or to check the scheduled volunteers.

Ticket Takers


Click HERE to volunteer your time to take tickets at one of our many home athletic events! 

NC Graduate hat


A "MUST SEE" spot on our web site where NCHS School Counselor, Mrs. Lindsey Knutson, has all kinds of tips and tools for college planning and beyond.  Check back frequently, as new information on college visits, ACT testing and MORE is added!  Click HERE to visit The Counselors Corner!


March 2015

Check out the November issue of the U-Knighted Newsletter from NC School President, Troy Berryman. The U-Knighted is a new monthly newsletter that will provide news, notes, and updates about Norfolk Catholic School. The U-Knighted will be emailed on the first Friday of each month. If you would like to receive the email please contact Stephanie Chandler at stephaniechandler@sacredheartnorfolk.comPast issues of the U-Knighted are available on the Newsletters page.

Renewal of St. Mary's

Father Andrews has started a BLOG which will show updates and progress on the Renewal of St. Mary's Church! You won't want to miss his updates - http://stmaryrenewal.wordpress.com/


At Sacred Heart Parish and Norfolk Catholic School, we have established a “Wish List”. As the holidays approach, please consider helping fill one of these important wishes. Also, a friendly reminder as we approach tax season….ALL charitable gifts to your parish/schools are tax deductible.

Click HERE for an on-going listing of items that are wished for, but not included in our budget.


The Fund for NC

Please help us reach our goal by making your gift TODAY! 

For more information on The Fund for NC - Click HERE!

Grow Closer to Jesus - Click here for information on many great opportunities!!



Strategic Plan for Norfolk Catholic School Click HERE for the most up to date copy of the entire Strategic Plan for Norfolk Catholic School.


Family Stewardship is an invitation to EVERY school family at Norfolk Catholic to become engaged in our School Community.  You can read all about it by clicking HERE.

Wondering how to log your hours of service?  Click HERE for an easy instruction sheet on how to do this.