Serving Preschool 3 - 8th Grade in Fort Worth, Texas  

 

Nolan Catholic High School is the main choice of high school for Saint Andrew Catholic School graduates.

NOLAN CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL 

A faith-based co-ed college preparatory school with a long tradition of excellence

99 percent of Nolan Catholic graduates attend college

NCHS Overview
Founded in 1961, Nolan Catholic High School is co-educational, with approximately 850 students in grades 9 through 12. Nolan Catholic High School is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and the Texas Catholic Conference Education Department. Our school is an educational ministry of the Catholic Diocese of Forth Worth and students receive religious instruction and participate in religious services. More than 50 percent of our faculty has advanced degrees.

The NCHS academic curriculum is college-preparatory, with many students taking Advanced Placement, Dual Credit, and Honors courses. NCHS requires 30 Carnegie units for graduation. 99 percent of Nolan Catholic graduates attend college.

Our Campus
Our Nolan Catholic campus has more than 350,000 square feet of buildings on 64.9 acres in East Forth Worth. In addition to classroom buildings, NCHS has a Commons area with dining facilities; a Multipurpose Activity Center that houses an event arena, dance studio, music hall and locker rooms; and state-of-the-art athletic facilities for our large sports department. For information on visiting Nolan’s campus, please click here.

Our School Community
Nolan Catholic is an active and caring community, grounded in the values of our Catholic faith. Many parents volunteer to assist our school programs, and a host of community partners provide financial and moral support for our mission.

Nolan Catholic’s commitment to creating a moral and ethical community goes beyond our school campus. Students engage in NCHS Christian Ministry programs go out into the community at large to provide support for the less fortunate and needy.

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