NWC has taught the importance of service, and the service I have done as part of this community has strengthened my faith.
Northwest Catholic welcomes students of all faiths.
No matter your religion, if you believe in education rooted in faith and service, you will discover you belong at NWC. As James Joyce wrote, "Catholic means "Here comes everybody.'" At NWC we provide a unique educational experience steeped in tradition and based on values. We cultivate servant leaders. And we welcome students of all faiths and at all stages of their journey.
Service is integral to a Northwest Catholic education.
Sophomores are required to complete a 25 hour service project, which often transitions to a commitment a student voluntarily makes throughout the rest of his or her time at Northwest Catholic. Aside from the required service hours, there are many opportunities generated, most often by Campus Ministry, and announced at Convocation, in class, and through the newsletter.
Each class organizes service projects such as the Freshman Toy Drive and Sophomore Turkey Drive. Sports teams engage in projects like volunteering for Special Olympics or handing out waters at fundraising runs. Seniors can apply for the elective "A Chance to Serve" and spend five days of intense service in the Hartford area. Opportunities to serve abound at NWC, and this is one of the many reasons why families choose Northwest Catholic.
Voices of Faith
Northwest Catholic is proud to present Voices of Faith, a podcast where students interview students about their faith journey. Subscribe HERE.
God, family, friends. In that order.
We fit in when we stand up and be ourselves.
Being able to celebrate our faith as one community is a very special privilege for us at Northwest Catholic.
NWC is one big community. Everyone wants best for one another. We help each other reach our goals, grow as people, and find our callings in life.
NWC Director of Campus Ministry Chris Haddad and his sons lent a hand at the St. Joseph Cathedral Food Pantry this week. The pantry allowed only one family in at a time to work, then let only one family in at a time in to gather food. It was a long but important process.
Northwest Catholic was delighted to welcome Hartford Courant photographer Kassi Jackson to Mass on Ash Wednesday. The Northwest Catholic community gathered in the Rice Auditorium for the special service that marked the beginning of Lent.
Students in the Global Awareness Club recently spearheaded two projects to benefit the students at Divine Mercy Girls Seminary in Bukoba, Tanzania.