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The best way to learn about North Catholic is by visiting our school and having an opportunity to meet our students, teachers, and staff.   Please see our list below for our events that take place throughout the year.  
 
If you have any questions about the events listed below, please contact our Admissions Department.
 
 

One great way to discover what life is like at North Catholic High School is to attend a Shadow Day!

The NCHS Shadow Day is designed to allow interested 8th graders, as well as transfer students, the opportunity to experience a FULL day at North Catholic and learn first hand about what we have to offer and see why NC is a great place to be!  We aim to pair our shadows with fellow students with similar interest levels.

Through the course of the day, the prospective student will accompany a NCHS student through his/her class periods and become familiar with the school, the teachers, the academic programs, and the student body. They will also enjoy a free lunch in our cafeteria! 

 

Let us host your family for a personal tour of our beautiful facility and learn more about why we are the fastest growing co-ed Catholic school in the Pittsburgh Area!  On the tour, you will learn more about our Mission, Academics, Career Development, Athletics, and Clubs. We are also happy to answer any questions you have along the way!

The tour lasts about 45 minutes.

 
SPRING OPEN HOUSE
Sunday, March 8th from 1:00-3:00
 
  You will have a chance to tour our state of the art facility with our student tour guides, meet teachers, and get a chance to see why North Catholic is a great place to grow and learn!  
 
 
8th GRADE SCARLET AND GOLD DAY
 
 

Our 8th grade visitation day took place in October, and we had a school full of 200 guests!  Our 8th graders had a chance to experience a fun-fill day North Catholic!  Click HERE to see photos from this year's event!

 
We look forward to meeting you!
Megan O'Hara
 
Contact
Director of Admissions,
with any questions in regards to scheduling a visit to North Catholic High School.