School News

Retreat Day 2021- Church on Fire Speaker

October 8, 2021

Newark Catholic students were blessed with Bart Schuchts, founder of Church on Fire, at this past week’s retreat.

 

Bart Schuchts has been associated with the John Paul II Healing Center since its inception. Bart has conducted over 200 life-transforming
events across the US. Bart has been in ministry across the body of Christ for over 30 years. Bart grew up in a Catholic home yet drifted away from God while in college. Following a desperate plea to God while sitting in an NFL locker room, Bart had a powerful encounter with the Father’s love that transformed his life forever.


October 2021 Raffle Winners

October 8, 2021

Please see winners for this month’s raffle here.


Annual St. John Bosco Prayer Breakfast – October 21

October 4, 2021

 

Newark Catholic St. John Bosco Community Prayer Breakfast

The Newark Catholic St John Bosco 4th Annual Community Prayer Breakfast, Our Hope and Our Strength, will be held at Newark Catholic High School on Thursday, October 21, 2021.

 

Sister Maria Gemma will be the featured speaker on the topic Jesus, our Hope. Sister Maria Gemma is a graduate of Newark Catholic High School. She earned a bachelor’s degree in theology from Ohio Dominican University. After graduation from ODU, she entered the Sisters of St. Francis of Perpetual Adoration in Mishawaka, IN, and professed her perpetual vows in 2014. Sister Maria Gemma has served in various ministries in the order, including serving as a high school theology teacher and vocation ministry. 

 

Doors open for breakfast at 6:30 am with the program starting at 7:00 am and concluding by 7:45 am. The Newark Catholic Ensemble will also perform at the breakfast. Please consider joining us by purchasing your ticket at the school office. Tickets must be purchased in advance due to social distancing guidelines and are $15.

 

This is a wonderful opportunity to celebrate the many blessings we have been given as a Catholic School and to share the traditions, programs, and practices of our Campus Ministry Program with our community.


GIVING TUESDAY…Mark your calendar!

October 4, 2021

 

Every day, year after year, we are inspired by the young men and women who walk through our doors. The promise and the potential we see in them call us all to make Newark Catholic High School the best it can be.

 

National Day of Giving is November 30.  Giving Tuesday is celebrated in the US on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving to encourage acts of generosity during the holidays. As the actual cost to educate our students continues to rise, we work hard to keep tuition affordable, while providing the very best academic programs. And with your help, we can ensure the excellence, longevity, and transformative power of a Newark Catholic education.

 

Whether you’re an alumnus, parent, parishioner, or community member, we encourage everyone to be a part of what makes us special.  Mark your calendar to make your gift to catholic education today!

 

Thank you for your support and all you do for our school!

Click here to make your donation

  

3 WAYS TO HELP!

  • DONATE– Give Tuesday, November 30
  • SPREAD THE WORD– Challenge classmates and community by tagging and sharing on social media #ncdayofgiving
  • PRAY– Prayer is a gift that you can give to Newark Catholic. Please commit to daily prayer for our school, our students, our teachers, and our administrators and for the operations of the school

 

*The Taxpayer Certainty and Disaster Tax Relief Act allows those who don’t itemize their deductions a deduction of up to $300 for charitable contributions made during 2021. Married couples filing jointly are allowed a deduction of up to $600 for the charitable contributions they make during 2021. For 2021, the $300 or $600 amount is an add-on to a non-itemizer’s standard deduction. Please speak with your tax advisor for more information.


NCAA Golf Outing- October 1 – Still time to sign up!

September 27, 2021


Newark Catholic COVID-19 Reporting Dashboard

September 7, 2021

 

Please refer to this page frequently for the latest announcements and updates about Newark Catholic High School regarding COVID-19 Health and Safety updates and resources. We are in the midst of a national emergency and we are committed to making decisions that are not only in the best interest of our students, faculty, and staff but also ensuring that those decisions are in the best interest of our national health and security.

 

COVID-19 Reporting Dashboard

Information regarding the number of COVID-19 cases in our school community can be found here on our COVID-19 Dashboard.


Newark Catholic Digital Communications Podcast Series

September 7, 2021

 

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Weekly Update Podcast
 
Homecoming Mass

 


Newark Catholic Announces 2020 Athletic Hall of Fame Dinner & Induction Ceremony

August 30, 2021

The Newark Catholic Athletic Hall of Fame Committee is pleased to announce the names of those individuals who will be inducted and honored at the 2020 Hall of Fame Dinner & Induction Ceremony held at Newark Catholic High School on Saturday, October 16, 2021. The evening will begin at 5:00 pm with a social hour, dinner will be served at 6 pm and the Induction Ceremony will follow.

 

The 2020 Class of honorees to be inducted are George Biddle, Jr. (‘03), Jill Blacksten (‘15), John Callahan (St Francis 1957), John Cannizzaro (‘70), Mark Elwell (‘08), and Wes Poth.

 

In addition, Thom McManus (‘76), Frank Murphy (St. Francis 1954), and John Olinger will be honored by receiving the Hall of Fame Award of Merit.

 

Tickets are $50 each and can be purchased at the high school or by calling Nancy Bourne at 740.344.3594, ext. 231 or emailing Nancy at nbourne@nullnewarkcatholic.org

 

Event corporate or personal sponsorships are available for $100. Please contact Nancy Bourne if interested.

 

The honorees will also be introduced at halftime of the Newark Catholic vs. Heath football game at White Field on October 15th. A meet-and-greet mixer will take place at the high school after the game.