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Considering a Catholic High School?

Providence Heights Alpha School makes a commitment to preparing our students to succeed in whatever 

high school they choice. In 7th and 8th grade, we begin to discuss high school options with our students as our

faculty and staff prepare them for this next step in their academic career. 

As part of our commitment to Catholic Education, we allow surrounding Catholic High Schools to visit our

students during school to share information about who they are and what they have to offer. This page provides

information and links for our families to begin their research and come to understand some of these schools. 

North Catholic High School

North Catholic High School is an educational community of students, teachers, administration, staff, parents and alumni which is rooted in the Marianist tradition and alive in faith. NC provides an outstanding education with multi-faceted opportunities for every student.

Visit the NCHS website

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Central Catholic High School

Central Catholic High School, a college preparatory school for boys, is guided by the educational principles of St. John Baptist de La Salle. The school strives to provide a challenging, relevant and diverse program of studies and extracurricular activities in an environment that fosters a life of faith and learning that develops leaders rooted in the Gospel values of integrity, respect, service, justice, and peace.

Visit the CCHS website

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Oakland Catholic High School

Oakland Catholic High School is an outstanding educational opportunity for young women, offering academic excellence at every level, truly global experiences, state-of-the-art technology, and athletics and clubs for everyone. We offer all this in an all-girls, spiritual environment that creates empowered leaders. Oakland Catholic. Only Here. 

Visit the OCHS website

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Our Lady of the Sacred Heart

Our Lady of the Sacred Heart High School, located in Coraopolis, was founded in 1932 as a sponsored ministry of the Felician Sisters. Today, OLSH maintains its independent status as a non-diocesan Catholic school offering a diverse academic portfolio of courses and extracurricular opportunities for students of all backgrounds and abilities. We are proud to educate and transform each student for a life of exceptional Christian leadership, stewardship, and service to all.

Read more about our mission here!

Visit the OLSH website

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