Bethlehem Catholic High School
Catholic education proposes that knowledge is for our service and that it must be directed toward the common good and the salvation of all. An education is truly Catholic when it uses learning to introduce the students to the faith and to form them in Christ.
All members of our community are called to the ministries of evangelization and discipleship. Through evangelization, our students are drawn to a deeper relationship with Jesus and encouraged to bring the good news to others. Through discipleship, in justice and in service, the students are led to serve those in need, to seek peace and to defend the life and rights of others.
The Bethlehem Catholic community functions in an environment of love, support and appreciation for diversity that reflects Catholic principles. We provide a faith-centered community in which all students have the opportunity to develop spiritually, socially, physically, emotionally and intellectually while being challenged to acquire knowledge in various disciplines.
The Bethlehem Catholic community respects the primary role of parents in their children's education. We uphold the sanctity of life at all stages and the human dignity of each individual, regardless of cultural, economic or ethnic background.