Enrollment

Experience Bishop Chatard

When asked to describe Bishop Chatard High School, Principal Joe Hansen borrows a quote from former University of Notre Dame football coach Lou Holtz. “For those who know the school, he says, no explanation is necessary. For those who don’t, no explanation will suffice.”

Bishop Chatard offers students over 125 academic courses designed to challenge students at all learning levels. Our Catholic faith permeates our daily schedule, supporting students as they explore the educational and extracurricular opportunities offered. We invite you to get to know Bishop Chatard High School.

Prospective students and their parents are encouraged to visit our Enrollment Process & Events page to learn more about the many ways available to explore Bishop Chatard virtually and in person. Eighth-grade students are encouraged to sign up for Shadowing to experience a day-in-the-life of a Bishop Chatard Trojan. Parents are invited to join us for a Wednesday Walk-Thru. One-to-One Appointments are also available. Our Information Session and our Open House provide time to talk with students, parents, administrators and teachers about the faith-based and innovative academic programs our students experience.

Please contact us if you have questions, or sign up online for shadowing or other information sessions.
We are here to answer your questions.

Enrollment/Course Guide
Thumbnail of the Admissions Brochure with a link to the flipbook
Click here for pdf version

Meet the Staff

Marilynn Fagan
Marilynn Fagan

Director of Enrollment Management

mfagan@bishopchatard.org
317-251-1451, ext 2234

Jenny Annee
Jenny Annee

Associate Director of Enrollment

jannee@bishopchatard.org
317-251-1451, ext 2268

From Our Alumni

Hear from some of our recent alumni about how their Bishop Chatard experience prepared them for college and careers.

 
 

The @BishopChatardHS Class of 2024 is continuing its Freshman Day of Reflection today by completing the planting of its class tree. The tree will grow along with the students as they complete their high school journey and beyond. @BCHS_Principal Joe Hansen blessed the tree. pic.twitter.com/IcqdRFuhjl

About 5 hours ago