Bishop Carroll Catholic High School is in Ebensburg, the county seat of Cambria County, Pennsylvania. Bishop Carroll Catholic is a private, independent Catholic high school.
Students typically come from small towns and rural communities. In August 2009, Bishop Carroll opened its own Aquinas Hall as a boarding house for international students, which presently could house 30 students.
The Pennsylvania Department of Education and the Middle States Association accredits Bishop Carroll Catholic High School.
FACULTY and STAFF
Presently there are 34 members include 20 teachers, school counselor and language arts instructor.
Graduation from Bishop Carroll Catholic High School requires the satisfactory completion of no less than twenty-eight units of study in acceptable sequence.
4.0 Credits - Religion
4.0 Credits - English
3.0 Credits - Social Studies
4.0 Credits - Math
4.0 Credits - Science
2.0 Credits - Foreign Language/Language Arts
2.0 Credits - Physical Education/Health
.5 Credit - Music/Art Appreciation
.5 Credit - Introduction to Computers
1.0 Credit - Accelerated Reader
3.0 Credits - Elective Courses
Admiral Peary Vocational Programs are offered.
20 hours of Community Service is an annual requirement.
28 hours Accelerated Reader points is an annual requirement.
GRADING SCALE - 93 - 99 A
85 - 92 B
75 - 84 C
70 - 74 D
Below 70 failure
Class ranking is determined by a weighted grading system. Honors - 1.05 Regular - 1.00 Advanced - 1.1
The class rank is not included on the transcripts.
Honors courses are available in every core area. Bishop Carroll Catholic offers the opportunity to earn college credit in the following subjects:
Advanced Trigonometry / Pre-Calculus
Advanced Spanish 3
Advanced Spanish 4
Advanced Anatomy and Physiology
Advanced Honors Chemistry
Modern American History/AP U.S. History
Advanced AP English 12
AP Computer Science
Advanced Business in Global Society
Francis Worldwide College Courses
SAT PROFILE - Mean Scholastic Aptitude Test Scores
Class of 2020: Reading 650
(Top 30% of class) Math 665 tested
STATISTICS - 2020 Graduating Class
Post Secondary Plans
88 % attend 2 to 4 year colleges or universities
12 % work place or military
Scholarships – A grand total of over $1,000,000 in scholarship money was offered to the class of 2020.