Bishop Noll will host its first entrance exam from 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Dec. 3. Fee is $25. Please note that eighth-graders attending a school in the Diocese of Gary will take the entrance exam at their own school.
Now in its 102nd school year, Bishop Noll Institute, a Catholic high school, serves the youth of Northwest Indiana and the Chicagoland area.
Through participating in the national Project Lead the Way’s STEM program, Noll freshmen are immediately immersed into the world of engineering design. The school's STREAM Lab, the first STEM lab of its kind in the Region, focuses on the disciplines of science, technology, engineering and math along with religion and art. The school offers 27 AP, dual college credit, and honors courses in a variety of subjects along with more than 40 varsity sports, clubs and academic teams for students to enjoy.
Bishop Noll Institute is at 1519 Hoffman Street in Hammond.
For more information on any upcoming events, email email@example.com or call (219) 932-9058.
(STREAM LAB 3): From left, Zekiel Zukley, Noah Jacinto and Caleb Carter check their iPads for an assignment. The Bishop Noll sophomores are taking Principles of Engineering in Bishop Noll Institute's STREAM Lab this semester. Bishop Noll is hosting several upcoming events for students interested in attending the private Catholic high school next year.