fbpx
High School in Lafayette, Indiana

Junior High and High School

Central Catholic Junior-Senior High School fosters the holistic development of each student. We go beyond academics, aiming to graduate well-rounded individuals prepared to thrive in life.

Through high standards and a focus on intellectual, emotional, and spiritual growth, we empower students to become strong, compassionate, and purposeful members of society. Inspired by the ideals of sainthood, we encourage them to make a positive difference in the world.  

It’s no surprise that Niche.com consistently ranks Lafayette Central Catholic Jr.-Sr. High School as one of the top Catholic high schools in Indiana and the top high school in Tippecanoe County for athletes. 

 

 

Education with a Higher Purpose

Faithfully Prepared at Lafayette Catholic School System

Faithfully Prepared

Graduates of Catholic schools are seven times more likely to attend Sunday Mass than their public school counterparts. What Leads Millennials to Mass?

Compassionately Prepared at Lafayette Catholic School System

Compassionately Prepared

By the time a student graduates from Central Catholic, they have performed hundreds of hours of service to their school, parish, and community. We strive for them to continue this service after graduating and to continue to serve others with compassion.

“I love getting to know my students and inspiring them to use their creativity to make a positive impact in the world.”

Mr. Matt Newkirk

Entrepreneurship and History, Central Catholic Jr.-Sr. High School

“We cannot separate our faith from who we are, what we learn, and how we serve. It is integral! In a good Catholic school like ours, the faith is lived in everything we do. I love that I can openly pray for and with my students. I can remind them that my goal for them is more than just an A on a math test…it is that they become SAINTS!”

Mrs. Jodi Justak

Math, Central Catholic Jr.-Sr. High School

“The part I love most about teaching is simply having a conversation with my students, listening to what they have to say, and making a connection with them that lasts until graduation.”

Mr. Matt Souligne '90

Family Consumer Sciences, Central Catholic Jr.-Sr. High School