"Education for Life, Faith for Living"


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“Be it known to all who enter here that Christ is the reason for this school.
He is the unseen, but ever present teacher in its classes. 
He is the model of its faculty and the inspiration of its students.” – Unknown Author

'21-'22 COVID-19 Guidelines - Updated October 28, 2021

2021 Fall Sports Schedules

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Registration for the 2021-2022 School Year

Washington Catholic Schools NEW Student Online Registration

Pre-School 3/4 & PreK 4/5 
Kindergarten-12th Grade

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We're Filling the Cart Again!


Last year, Washington Catholic students joined forces to Fill the Cart, a Care Cart, with all sorts of snacks and treats to show our local healthcare heroes just how much we appreciate everything they do to keeop our community safe and healthy.

And now we're Filling the Cart again!

Please help us show our support and appreciation to all the Daviess County healthcare workes at our local hospital by sending in donations with your child.  


The competition this year will be between Houses!  Each student belongs to a House, a group of students accross 5-12 with teacher leaders and a House Saint.  Students will work together throughout the year to earn their House points, and the Fill the Cart Challenge is their first opportunity to bring glory to their House - all while supporting the people who take care of so many!


Donations can be sent with your child or dropped off at school.  We'll be collecting individual and snack-sized items as well as Propel water packets.  The Challenge runs from September 7th through September 23rd, so get yours in today!


Let's show our community that WC can really Fill the CART!

Level Up with Washington Catholic

Washington Catholic First Indiana School to Onboard with Ivy Tech's LevelUp Program

Washington Catholic Middle/High School became the first Indiana school to onboard with Ivy Tech's LevelUp Program this week!

Teachers and administrators met with LevelUp program coordinators  to train and learn about the LevelUp program's many benefits for Indiana students. LevelUp is a free, accessible online resource available to all students in Indiana that offers individualized learning paths based on each student's demonstrated needs. Closely aligned with the Indiana Academic Standards, this resource is an important tool for Washington Catholic teachers tasked with addressing gaps in learning due to extended COVID-related closures and disruptions in the learning environment.

The LevelUp program is a partnership between Ivy Tech and the NROC Program, a national organization dedicated to promoting equity in education and to providing schools with tools that recognize every student has unique learning needs and preferences. Of the many programs NROC offers, the LevelUp program, tailored by Ivy Tech to specifically address Indiana Academic Standards, promises to be a powerful tool for Washington Catholic teachers and administrators to not only address learning gaps recognized across the country due to the ongoing worldwide pandemic but to address Washington Catholic students' learning needs and create a more solid foundation for post-secondary success through its attention to college and career readiness.

The LevelUp Program is unique in its ability to store student data, allowing Washington Catholic to create long-term learning plans that grow and change as students master content and skills. Teachers are excited to incorporate this online diagnostic and learning tool, with initial student assessment and registration to begin as early as next week.

At Washington Catholic, we are committed to providing our students an education for life and a faith for living. Our learning community is open to students of all faiths and our dedication to equity and our community drives us to seek solutions to address the myriad student needs in creative, engaging ways. Ivy Tech is one of four programs featured in a CAPR analysis of postsecondary readiness for their use of EdReady's assessment and individualized learning platform where campuses statewide are seeing a positive shift in student retention, engagement, and academic success. As the first Indiana high school to onboard with Ivy Tech's LevelUp Program, we are excited to see how implementing this program for students before graduation positively impacts both collage and career preparedness.

This is just one more way we demonstrate our firm commitment to ensuring each Washington Catholic Middle/High School student reaches their full, God-given potential through data-driven, responsive, and engaging teaching techniques that focus on whole child learning.

PowerSchool and School Messenger Accounts

Information was sent home detailing how to register for your PowerSchool Parent Portal Account.  Click here for additional resources.

You recieved a School Messenger email with information for opting into the service.  Click here for more information about signing up and the School Messenger App.

Cafeteria News

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WC Alumni Spotlight

Tyler Underhill, a member of Our Lady of Hope and a WC graduate, met the Pope! 
Tyler, a graduate of Marian University in Indianapolis, will spend 5 years in Rome to complete his studies to serve as a Catholic Priest.   Only 23 years old, Tyler is one of two local Seminarians blessed with the opportunity to meet the Pope.  He plans to return to the Diocese of Evansville upon completing his studies, a total of 8 years,  and serve his community as a Catholic Priest.




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