Northwest Catholic is proud to call Sgt. John Mastro '68 one of their own and was delighted to have him as their keynote speaker at their Annual Veterans Day Celebration.
After this fall’s Honors Breakfast, Northwest Catholic students enjoyed a keynote from alumnus Jesse White, a graduate of the class of 1997 and the current Principal on Assignment at Bloomfield High School. White delivered a compelling and inspiring speech.
Kristen Newman '20 of Berlin has been named a National Hispanic Scholar by the 2019 National Merit Program.
Last May 155 students at Northwest Catholic together took 309 Advanced Placement exams. Fifty-three of the 155 students earned Scholar titles. Three of the 155 were named National Scholars, the highest distinction for AP performance given by the College Board.
Northwest Catholic High School welcomed 493 students back this week, hitting all targets, from enrollment to finances to technology upgrades and master planning. This fall marks Northwest Catholic’s 59th year, and its Catholic mission to educate the whole person, mind, body, spirit, and imagination remains at the school’s core.
A John G. Martin grant allows Northwest Catholic to upgrade technology throughout the building over three years.
Niche.com recently named Northwest Catholic the #1 Catholic High School in the Hartford Area for the third year in a row!
Michael Stamm of Newington and Matthew Villani of Avon were honored as the Class of 2019’s valedictorian and salutatorian, respectively.
Paralympic curler and Connecticut native Steve Emt visited Northwest Catholic on May 13 to deliver a powerful message — make good choices.