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Our Mission: Restore all things in Christ by educating in the Catholic tradition through prayer, service and study.
Founded: Bishop Watterson High School was opened in 1954
Enrollment: 2021-22 enrollment is 951
Faculty: our teaching staff numbers 70 with an average number of years of teaching 16.3; 69% of the faculty, administration and counseling staffs hold advanced degrees
College Matriculation: 98-99 percent of our graduates go to college after graduation
Ratio: Our student: teacher ratio is 11:1. This includes all staff members who work with students to help them achieve their academic goals, including guidance and intervention staff.
Class of 2021 Stats:
The 219-member Class of 2021 was offered more than $23.5 million in college merit scholarships. In addition, the class contributed more than 17,000 hours in service to the community. Members of the class were accepted at 153 colleges and are attending 61.
Class of 2020 Stats:
The 160-member Class of 2020 was offered more than $15 million in college merit scholarships. In addition, the class accumulated more than 10,700 hours in service to the community. Members of the class earned 16 perfect ACT scores in individual subjects and attended 47 colleges and universities.
Class of 2019 Stats:
The 239-member Class of 2018 was offered $24 million in college merit scholarships. In addition, the class amassed more than 18,500 hours in service in their communities. Members of the class were accepted at 147 colleges and universities and are attending 55 of those schools.
Class of 2018 Stats:
The 259-member Class of 2018 was offered $33 million in college merit scholarships. In addition, 66% of the class did service in their communities outside of the Sophomore Service Project, amassing nearly 25,000 hours.
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