Welcome to Bishop Verot Catholic High School
In fulfilling our educational mission, we are concerned for the spiritual, intellectual, moral, physical, and social development of each student. By these efforts, we attempt to maintain standards of excellence in every school program in preparing students to meet the challenges of living a Christian life in the modern world. Bishop Verot High School is a Catholic faith community of learning, consisting of students, teachers, administrators, and staff, as well as parents, alumni, and benefactors, all sharing in the responsibility of advancing the mission of the school. The philosophy of Saint Francis de Sales is the basis for the identity of our school, emphasizing for all the daily importance of following Christ by practicing the Gospel virtues of gentleness, kindness, humility, and patience. Each person is created in God’s image, and therefore an atmosphere of mutual respect between students, faculty, and staff is vital to school life and the learning process. In addition to valuing academic achievement and co-curricular success, a fundamental priority of Bishop Verot is to challenge students to develop character and leadership skills and promote personal and spiritual growth. The Catholic mission and identity of Bishop Verot is cherished and valued while at the same time is respecting of the cultural and religious diversity within our community. The ultimate goal of an education at Bishop Verot is for students to be committed to lifelong growth and learning, inspired by faith to give of themselves for the betterment of others.
Mass is celebrated at St. Cecilia's Church throughout the school year. All are welcome to celebrate Mass with the Bishop Verot Community. A schedule can be found here.
The Office of Campus Ministry serves to provide students with opportunities to grow in their relationship with God and others. Faith, like any gift, is given freely and cannot be forced upon anyone.
If Verot’s ultimate goal is for students to be committed to lifelong growth and learning, then Freshman Retreat is how we build the foundation for all that is to come.
As the gap between the rich and the poor expands worldwide, it is Bishop Verot’s goal to teach our students to fight for social justice and embrace the marginalized of our society. Students in need of the Christian Service form can find it here: Christian Service Form.