Bishop Dwenger High School

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Bishop Dwenger High School
Address
1300 E Washington Center Rd
Fort Wayne, Indiana, Allen County 46825
United States
Coordinates 41°07′55″N 85°07′31″W / 41.13201°N 85.12520°W / 41.13201; -85.12520Coordinates: 41°07′55″N 85°07′31″W / 41.13201°N 85.12520°W / 41.13201; -85.12520
Information
Religious affiliation(s) Roman Catholic
Founder Most Rev. Leo A. Pursley
Superintendent Marsha Jordan
Principal Jason Schiffili
Chaplain Father Bob Garrow
Grades 9–12
Enrollment 1,035 (2012)
Classes offered Art, Business, Campus Ministry, English, Mathematics, Music, PE/Health, Science, Social Studies, Technology, Theology, World Languages.
Campus type Suburban
Color(s)          
Fight song "When the Saints go Marching in"
Athletics conference Summit Athletic Conference
Mascot Tuffy
Nickname Saints
Rival Bishop Luers High School, Snider High School
Newspaper Golden Trumpet
Yearbook The Aureate
Alumni Tyler Eifert, Tom Watson
Website

Bishop Dwenger High School is a co-educational preparatory high school in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Fort Wayne–South Bend

Academic awards[edit]

  • Catholic High School Honor Roll - America's Top 50 (2006)
  • National Blue Ribbon School (2004)

Athletics[edit]

The Bishop Dwenger athletic program has won state championships in the following sports:

  • Cheerleading (1998, 2000, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2016)
  • Gymnastics (1995, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2012)
  • Football (1983, 1990, 1991, 2015)
  • Girls' Soccer (2005, 2006)
  • Softball (2010)
  • Rugby (2004, 2015)
  • Ice Hockey (2014)

Co-curricular activities[edit]

Bishop Dwenger has 45 clubs and service organizations. 80% of all students have been involved in at least three extracurricular activities as reported by the school.

Saints Alive![edit]

Saints Alive! is a series of special events that occur over the course of each school year, culminating in a themed dinner and auction in early March, which raises money for student scholarships and school funding. Parents, grandparents, alumni, and other benefactors collectively work together to champion Catholic education at the school by providing financial assistance with scholarship needs, annual operational budget needs, and various capital requirements.

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References[edit]

[1]

  1. ^ Bishop Dwenger High School, university-directory.eu

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