Welcome to Bishop Chatard High School, the Archdiocesan High School of the North Deanery of Indianapolis, Indiana. Located in the suburban north-east quarter of the city, our school serves students from ten surrounding parish elementary schools.
2014 School of Excellence
Bishop Chatard was honored as a 2014 School of Excellence by the Catholic Education Honor Roll, part of the Cardinal Newman Society. Only 71 Catholic high schools in the nation received the honor this year. Schools are awarded the designation based on the integration of Catholic identity throughout all aspects of their programs and excellence in academics. Read more
2015 'A' School
The Indiana Department of Education awarded an 'A' letter grade to our school for 2015.
"Indiana's A-F model holds schools and corporations to a higher standard and provides a more accurate picture of their performance by incorporating student academic growth and graduation rates, as well as college and career readiness, as measures of success."
We are a 4-STAR SCHOOL
Bishop Chatard High School has been named a 4-Star School of Indiana for the 2013/2014 school year, the second year in a row! In order to achieve this designation, a school must be in the top 25th percentile of schools in two ISTEP-based categories. Additionally, a qualifying school must have earned an 'A' in the state's accountability system and be accredited by the Indiana Department of Education. 281 schools received this designation for 2013/14.
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Bishop Chatard is accredited by the State of Indiana and the North Central Association of Schools and committed to the education of the whole person. While emphasis is placed on academics, students deepen their faith through retreats, liturgical celebrations, and service projects. They strive to develop their talents and interests through a broad spectrum of extracurricular activities.
Browse the links on the right or left to learn more about us. You'll see why Bishop Chatard students can answer:
Are you proud to be a Trojan? "Yes, we are".