As you are in the process of deciding on the best educational option for your child, Norfolk Catholic School invites you to consider our parish school as one of your options. Norfolk Catholic School is dedicated to providing opportunities for development of spiritual, moral, emotional, intellectual, social, cultural and physical growth of each student.
Norfolk Catholic School offers a PreS to 12th grade quality, faith-based education. Our educational philosophy is based upon care for the whole child – mind, body and spirit. We offer your child a role model – Jesus – as a formational stand for how we live and interact with others.
At Norfolk Catholic School, we welcome your child to a world of discovery, where learning, respect, faith and service intertwine. We embrace what you value most – your child. You’ll find high academic standards, a commitment to excellence, a welcoming school community, and teachers who care about your child’s educational, moral and spiritual development. Norfolk Catholic School prides itself on its college preparatory classes. On Average about 98% of Norfolk Catholic graduates further their education by attending college. That type of preparation begins early in grade school.
It is so important to put “Christ” into our lives and at Norfolk Catholic School, we are able to do this. If you would like more information in regard to our school system, we encourage you to call 402-371-4584 (PreS - 6th) or 402-371-2784 (7th - 12th).
Norfolk Catholic School encourages the enrollment of all interested students without regard to color, race, gender or national origin, and will reasonably accommodate the disabled in its educational programs.
The admission process begins by contacting the school at 402-371-4584 (PreS - 6th) or 402-371-2784 (7th - 12th) to set up a visit.
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Norfolk Catholic School encourages the enrollment of all interested students without regard to color, race, gender, national origin or religion, and will reasonably accommodate the disabled in its educational programs.