Athletics NWC athletics emphasize sacrifice, self-discipline, and dedication. Our athletes demonstrate good sportsmanship, emotional control, dependability, and respect. Through sports, our athletes learn about cooperation, decision-making, and healthy living. Most important, they learn how to work with peers from all walks of life, and they're united through their deep sense of team loyalty and shared spirit.
Northwest Catholic is looking for a Head Varsity Girls' Soccer Coach. Click HERE for a job description. Please send all materials to Athletic Director Matthew Martorelli.
Congratulations to Jackson Ringquist '19 who has signed to swim with Iona College next year!
Athlete of the Year, All-Conference, All-Region & Team Captain at Division I CCSU to lead girls soccer coaching staff at Northwest Catholic.
Michael Baldini was named CIAC Class S All State Swimmer of the Year.
When Northwest Catholic School Nurse Beth Bornstein RN, NCSN, invited students to take a CPR class, they leapt at the chance. Within minutes the roster was full and Nurse Beth was recruiting colleagues to help her teach the course.
Northwest Catholic Athletics is please to offer online registration for it student-athletes. Completion and submission of an online form must be received before the student-athlete may participate in any team-organized practice, scrimmage, or regularly scheduled game contest.
On February 8, Northwest Catholic High School in West Hartford held a grand opening for the School’s new Pride Café & Spirit Store. President & Head of School Christian Cashman had a vision for the community gathering space, and thanks to the generosity of many supporters, an important part of that vision was realized in the NWC Pride Café & Spirit Store.