School News

#igivecatholic Giving Tuesday to support Newark Catholic

November 26, 2018

We know that, for Catholics, generosity and giving have a profound meaning. As children of God, giving is the ultimate expression of mercy as we feed the hungry, clothe the naked, give shelter to the homeless, and preserve our Catholic heritage for future generations. Compelled to action by our shared faith, Catholics are energized to give back knowing that little is much when God is in it.




November 19, 2018

A chance to buy a flower for your lady
and a fedora for your man

And of course, Club Havana Loco at
the auction will be grand


Steel drums will be at your welcome
while a classic car will make you smile

 Listening to our students singing
will entertain you for awhile


So don your casual Cuban attire for the night
and join us for An Evening in Old Havana
for many spirited Cuban delights






NCHS Mini Basketball Cheerleading Clinic – Registration

November 16, 2018

Register now for the 2019 Mini Cheer camp for ages K thru 6th, and dance at the January 11th Newark Catholic home basketball game!


Go here to download registration form and details

Gather up your loose change to help NC Robotics!

November 1, 2018


Help the NC Robotics team raise money for their upcoming competition. Gather up your loose change and visit Heartland Bank in downtown Newark (Locust Street) November 1 thru December 15. Simply drop your change in their coin counter and the 7% fee will be donated to NC Robotics!! Larger donations are welcome. Just contact the school. Please share and pass this along to your friends!

1st Quarter Honor Roll 2018-2019

October 31, 2018















First Honors Quarter 1  (no grade below A-)


Class of 2019

Caillie Barnett, Samantha Basham, Ben Bemis, Lauren Bennett, Hannah Brown, Abby Buchanan, Granger Evans, Meaghan Gilligan, Sylvia Heffley, Nathan Lee, Alison Lensink, Billy Luft, Sam Martine, Makenzie McDonald, Cody Miller, Jeannette Miller, Justin Ricciardo, Will Suttle


Class of 2020

Kennedy Aikey, Ashley Bell, Charlotte Campbell, Peyton Ehret, Mackenzie Halloy, Daryl Howard, Ed Jewett, Kyle King, Nicolette Liesen, Garrett McCarthy, Alex Powelson, Josh Riggleman, Faith Weiner


Class of 2021

Kendra Antol, Bryson Bell, Anna Crumrine, Camille Fuller, Matthew Gialdini, Duncan Humphries, Paul Jewett, Lilli Jones, Macey Nelson, Pierce Ormond, Michael Ouweleen, Brynn Peddicord, Ella Pegher, Riley Stalling, Brooklyn Stanley, Lily Stuller, Joseph Windholtz


Class of 2022

Chas Beichler, Maggie Boren, Daniel Corl, Kate Erhard, Tristan Gorius, Addison Kent, Leah King, Warren Knowlton, Maggie Matuska, Noah Musgrave, Amber Pierce, Reagan Sheehan, Cole Sherburne, Brooklyn Smith, Sarah Snider, Sam Vincent



Second Honors Quarter 1  (no grade below B-)

Class of 2019

Alexis Brothers, JT Brown, Noah Campbell, Mike Canning, Marlee Chute, Amber Cook, Jordyn Creely-Murphy, Grant Erickson, Alexa Hess, Heath Jeffries, Carli Kelley, Liam Kirkpatrick, Alex Lupton, Maddi Muetzel, Grant Myers, Laura Nowicki, Amelia O’Neill, Taylor Passwaters, Lucas Pierce, Lauren Poly, Matt Powell, JJ Snider, Trey Tigner


Class of 2020

Matt Carlisle, Colby Claggett, Ellie Cotterman, Slater Evans, Derek Hawk, Griffin Helms, Connor Hinerman, Shannon Keck, Mason May, Caroline McKenna, Lexie Miller, Lizzie Moore, Aubrey Nelson, Chloe Richardson, Ashley Robbins, Jenna Shaw, Abby Silone, Michael Snider, Lily Villa


Class of 2021

Ryan Auer, Livia Barnett, Andy Bemis, Cooper Bowman, Braden Brown, Colin Crumrine, Sarah Davis, Bailee Fleming, Emma Franks, Colleen Hiles, Jacob Hinger, Delaynie Lintz, Evan Lyle, Brandon Orend, Ryan Poly, Brandon Reifsnyder, Maddie Sheppard, Morgan Spearman, Jhet Winston, Joseph Wright


Class of 2022

Kilee Banjoff, Chance Brooks, Brandon Buchanan, Caden Canning, Mary Capretta, Abby Caskey, Quinton Chute, Dominic Claeys, Wyatt Conley, Ashton Cox, Allessia Dugan, Tanner Elwell, Paige Green, Zach Hajjar, Elisa Halsey, Lacey Holman, Kelly Keck, Sam Muetzel, Shae Mummey, Anne Scarberry



Pep Talk from NC seniors, Granger Evans and Grant Myers ~ Alumni Annual Day of Giving!

October 22, 2018

Alumni 24 Hours of Giving starts in just 2 days! Watch the video from seniors Granger Evans and Grant Myers.


You can donate now or anytime on or before Wednesday, October 24. Just got here to give your $24


Save The Date! Annual Alumni Day of Giving ~ October 24, 2018

September 25, 2018

October 24 Annual Alumni Day of Giving~ Help us reach $24,000 in 24 hours with your $24 Donation!


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. 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.


Your $24 annual gift will help make all of this possible. You can pledge directly from your smartphone at any time on or before October 24. Click here to learn more and make your donation!

Please join us for our Annual Community Prayer Breakfast

September 25, 2018

Through the prayer breakfast we hope to shine a light on the work of the Lord

in and around Newark Catholic and bring the Catholic community of

Newark together in faith and fellowship.


Thursday, October, 2018


Doors & Breakfast line opens:  6:30 am

Concluding about 7:45 am

Newark Catholic cafeteria


$15/person in advance.  $20 at the door.

 Advance tickets online or at the school office (740-344-3594)













Opportunity to Sponsor the Prayer Breakfast

If you are interested in sponsoring the Prayer Breakfast, please contact Traci Hogue at or call the school at (740) 344- 3594



Keynote Speaker:
Father Jonathon Wilson, Church of the Blessed Sacrament

Father Jonathan F. Wilson arrived at Blessed Sacrament parish on July 8, 2008.  Fr. Wilson attended St. Agatha Grade School and St. Charles Preparatory School in Columbus, Ohio. He completed his undergraduate studies at Franciscan University of Steubenville in 1996 where he earned a B.A. in Philosophy and completed the University Honors Program. He completed his formation for the priesthood at the Pontifical College Josephinum where he obtained a Masters in Divinity and Master of Arts in Theology. He was ordained in St. Joseph Cathedral on May 31, 2003 by Bishop James A. Griffin.  Fr. Wilson was assigned as the Associate Pastor of St. Mary in Lancaster, Ohio from 2003-2005. He served as the Associate Pastor of the Perry County Consortium of Catholic Parishes from 2005-2008.  He is the oldest of four children and a proud uncle of 15 nieces and nephews. He is grateful for the time he has been given here to serve at Blessed Sacrament and asks for the continued prayers of the parishioners so that he might fulfill the mission he has been entrusted. 


Program Details

6:30 am Doors & Breakfast line opens
7:00 am Invocation, National Anthem by NC Choir, Welcome
7:10 am Class of 2018 Alumni Speaker, Mary Brigid Keck
7:15 am Keynote Speaker — Father Jonathon Wilson
7:35 am NC Student Speakers 
7:40 am Closing Song of Reflection by Choir, Benediction by Father Wilson


Online Ticket Purchase

Tickets can be conveniently purchased online on our Registration page.