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Bishop Noll invites Prospective Families to Open House

12/06/2017 - 18:00
12/06/2017 - 20:00
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“Those who attend the open house will see what continues to make Noll successful in its 97th year serving the youth of Northwest Indiana and south suburbs,” said Nancy Repay, Director of Admissions. “Attendees can see first-hand what makes us an A-rated school, hear about our 1:1 iPad program and learn about our STEM curriculum.”

Prospective students and their families are welcome to attend and tour the school, meet current students, teachers and coaches and learn about how Noll educates students in mind, body and spirit.

“We will also offer information about financial aid and scholarships, and educate families about how private education can be more affordable than they think,” Repay said.

Bishop Noll students have more than 20 sports and two dozen clubs and activities to choose from including Science Olympiad, Drama Club, Academic Super Bowl, Speech and Debate, Art Club, Biology Club, Tri-M Music, newspaper and yearbook.

The school participates in Project Lead the Way’s STEM program, which immerses students into the world of design and modeling. Noll offers 10 AP and dual college credit courses in addition to honors courses in English, math, science and foreign languages.

Bishop Noll students take part in spiritual retreats, monthly all school Masses and a variety of community service projects.

Bishop Noll participates in the Indiana School Choice program.

The school’s next entrance exam will take place from 8 a.m. to noon Dec. 16. Fee is $25, but those who attend the open house will receive a $5 discount.

Call (219) 932-9058, ext. 1008, for more information.