School News

St. Joseph the Worker Day and May Crowning

April 9, 2019

St. Joseph the Worker Day and May Crowning:  We are in need of parents to help with our May 3rd Community Service Day at Newark Catholic. If you are available, please call the office or send a note to Mrs. Julie Waggoner. Your help is needed to assist in transporting and chaperoning our students. This is a day all of us can give back to our community by helping with various jobs around the homes of those in need or a community area.  Thank you for your assistance. Students will be given a free lunch that day and then dismissed at 1:15 pm.  Please join us for our May crowning at 12:30 pm on that day too.

Spring Cabaret & Art Festival ~ “Music from the Past Decade”

April 9, 2019

Join a great cast of very talented Newark Catholic students for this year’s Cabaret & Art Festival held at the NC Gymnasium. This year students will be performing to music from the past decade. And you won’t want to miss the fine art displayed by Mrs. Boehmer’s art students!


Shows are Friday, May 3 and Saturday, May 4. Dinner will start at 6:30 pm and the show will begin at 8:00 pm.



Ticket price is $15. You may purchase in advance at the school office starting the week of April 23

March 2019 Parent Newsletter

March 18, 2019

Please see the March 2019 Parent Newsletter here.

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2nd Quarter Honor Roll

February 4, 2019















Congratulations to our honor roll students. We commend you for your hard work and encourage you to continue to endeavor in your scholastic efforts. We’d like to recognize the following students for their academic achievement in Quarter 2.


First Honors Quarter 2  (no grade below A-)


Class of 2019

Caillie Barnett, Ben Bemis, Lauren Bennett, Alexis Brothers, Hannah Brown, Abby Buchanan, Jordyn Creely-Murphy, Granger Evans, Sylvia Heffley, Heath Jeffries, Liam Kirkpatrick, Nathan Lee, Alison Lensink, Billy Luft, Alex Lupton, Sam Martine, Makenzie McDonald, Cody Miller, Jeannette Miller, Grant Myers, Laura Nowicki, Amelia O’Neill, Lauren Poly, Justin Ricciardo, Will Suttle


Class of 2020

Kennedy Aikey, Ashley Bell, Mackenzie Halloy, Connor Hinerman, Ed Jewett, Nicolette Liesen, Garrett McCarthy, Lizzie Moore, Alex Powelson, Josh Riggleman, Jenna Shaw, Michael Snider, Faith Weiner


Class of 2021

Kendra Antol, Bryson Bell, Anna Crumrine, Colin Crumrine, Sarah Davis, Emma Franks, Camille Fuller, Matthew Gialdini, Jacob Hinger, Duncan Humphries, Paul Jewett, Macey Nelson, Pierce Ormond, Michael Ouweleen, Brynn Peddicord, Ella Pegher, Riley Stalling, Lily Stuller


Class of 2022

Maggie Boren, Warren Knowlton, Maggie Matuska, Noah Musgrave, Amber Pierce, Brooklyn Smith, Sarah Snider, Sam Vincent



Class of 2020

Rachael Stanley



Second Honors Quarter 2  (no grade below B-)

Class of 2019

Samantha Basham, JT Brown, Noah Campbell, Mike Canning, Amber Cook, Alexa Hess, Dow Jones, Carli Kelley, Caroline Kiefer, Brandon May, Maddi Muetzel, Sam Pegher, Lucas Pierce, Matt Powell, JJ Snider, Alex Urban, Bella Wood


Class of 2020

Charlotte Campbell, Mickenna Canning, Matt Carlisle, Colby Claggett, Ellie Cotterman, Peyton Ehret, Caden Elwell, Slater Evans, Griffin Helms, Daryl Howard, Shannon Keck, Kyle King, Mason May, Caroline McKenna, Lexie Miller, Chloe Richardson, Ashley Robbins, Abby Silone, Lily Villa, Nate Williams


Class of 2021

Harlei Antritt, Ryan Auer, Livia Barnett, Cooper Bowman, Maddie Brothers, Braden Brown, Bailee Fleming, Colleen Hiles, Lilli Jones, Nikki Langenbrunner, Delaynie Lintz, Evan Lyle, Brandon Orend, Brandon Reifsnyder, Morgan Spearman, Brooklyn Stanley, Joseph Windholtz, Jhet Winston, Joseph Wright


Class of 2022

Kilee Banjoff, Jagger Bare, Chas Beichler, Mary Capretta, Abby Caskey, Dominic Claeys, Tanner Elwell, Kate Erhard, Tristan Gorius, Paige Green, Lacey Holman, Kelly Keck, Addison Kent, Leah King, Sam Muetzel, Shae Mummey, Anne Scarberry, Reagan Sheehan, Cole Sherburne, Becca Whitaker



Class of 2019

Emma McCracken


Class of 2020

Trinity Marmie

Ethan Sherburn

Nationwide Children’s Hospital Student Athletic Training Workshop

January 29, 2019

Registration for the Nationwide Children’s Hospital Student Athletic Training workshop is up and running!  This is a 3-day interactive workshop geared toward high school-aged kids who have an interest in emergency medicine, nursing, athletic training, physical therapy, or other allied health and medical professions.  The kids also have the opportunity to become certified in CPR if they chose to do so. 


The workshop will be held WednesdayJune 5 through Friday, June 7th.  For more information or to register (registration link at the bottom of the page) please visit:


The direct registration link is:

Shrek The Musical – Fri Jan 25 and Sat Jan 26 – Tickets

January 24, 2019

This musical will warm your heart during this cold winter weekend! Tickets can be purchased at the school office or at the door at The Midland. Show starts at 7:30!

College Credit Plus 2019-2020 Informational Meeting

January 8, 2019

There will be a meeting to learn about NC’s College Credit Plus Program for the 2019-2020 school year on Wednesday, January 30 at 7:00 pm in the cafeteria.  Mrs. Welch will be presenting the benefits and potential risks, available courses and colleges, as well as the paperwork needed to participate.  Local college reps will also attend so you can talk to them about their courses and application process.  This program expects that the students are the driving force behind their participation, not the parent, and students are treated as college students by the colleges.


We ask that all interested students attend with a parent to ensure that you have a clear understanding of the program.  Students participating in the program are now required to attend a counseling session with their parent about CCP, and attending the informational meeting satisfies this requirement.  If you are unable to attend, students and a parent will need to schedule a meeting with the counselor to discuss their participation in the program.


CCP is a program that allows students to take college courses while in high school, earning dual high school and college credit for each course.  Students apply to the college(s), send paperwork to the state to demonstrate their intent to participate in the program, and apply for the funding.  Students who complete the entire process can earn free tuition for the classes (paid by the state) and free textbooks (paid for by NC).  Currently, NC offers Introduction to Psychology and Composition I on our campus during the school day, or students can take on-campus or online courses from a variety of participating schools.


We look forward to seeing you on the 30th.



Fall Semester Exam Schedule

December 11, 2018

Please click here for full exam schedule for Dec 17, 18, 19