Bishop Chatard High School

Bishop Chatard High School is a private Indianapolis school located on Indy’s Northeast side. Ten parish elementary school feed into Bishop Chatard, the Archdiocesan High School of the North Deanery of Indianapolis. This Catholic high school, though not a part of Indianapolis Public Schools, plays a major role in the Indianapolis community. It is committed to educating the entire person, spiritually, intellectually and emotionally. The Indianapolis education that these students receive includes academic classes, liturgical celebrations, volunteer projects and extra-curricular activities.

The Bishop Chatard High School Trojans have a mission to become self-directed, well rounded members of Indianapolis society. The lessons at this Indianapolis school are based on the teachings of Jesus Christ and the doctrine of the Catholic Church. Indianapolis kids at Bishop Chatard High School enter the world with a life0long commitment to faith, learning, leadership and service.

Bishop Chatard High School was first conceived by the Archbishop of Indianapolis in the late 1950’s, Paul Shulte. Ground was broken on the Indianapolis school in the Fall of 1960. The school was completed by the following year, and the first class of students were admitted that September. By the 1964-65 school year, Bishop Chatard was ready to graduate its very first class.

Until the mid 1970’s, Bishop Chatard High School was staffed by priest of the archdiocese and the Benedictine Sisters of Beech Grove. Though these two groups still play an integral part of the current Bishop Chatard High School faculty and staff, employment has since expanded. When the Indianapolis school celebrated its twenty-fifth anniversary in 1986, the namesake for Bishop Chatard, Bishop Silas Chatard, was memorialized with a special grave site re-dedication. The patroness of the school, Mary Queen of Heaven, was also honored with a statue attached to the front of the building.

In the late 1990’s, Bishop Chatard High School raised over two million dollars for renovation. By 1999, the Indianapolis school was completely remodeled and refurbished. To this day, Bishop Chatard High School works diligently to stay on the cutting edge in their facilities, educational programs, and extra-curricular activities. This ideal carries through to the Indianapolis education students at Bishop Chatard High School receive.

At Bishop Chatard High School, students are given ample opportunities. The teachers and spiritual leaders at the school work hard to instill the attitude essential for Christian Living into each student. In addition, students are taught to value the responsibilities of living in the United States as an American citizen.

In addition, each student graduates Bishop Chatard with an understanding and appreciation for the aesthetics of beauty, nature, art, literature, music and drama. At the same time, each student takes rigorous course covering topics such as history, science, and math. These Indianapolis kids go on to study at some of the largest colleges and universities in Indiana.

Part of learning at Bishop Chatard High School is learning to care for your fellow man. Each student is required to participate in service projects throughout their high school career at Bishop Chatard. By stepping outside of themselves, students learn to appreciate their own life, and to value all of the lessons learned from Bishop Chatard High School.

For more information about Bishop Chatard High School, visit their website.

Bishop Chatard High School
5885 Crittenden Ave
Indianapolis, IN 46220

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