School Visits in the Diocese of Dallas
The Catholic schools in the Dallas/Irving area have a lot to offer their communities. On Thursday, April 13, six of the schools in the Diocese of Dallas will host NCEA 2023 participants for a visit.
Registration is complimentary and will be limited to 50 guests per school. You must be registered for NCEA 2023 to participate. School staff members will be on site to provide tours and answer questions.
The buses will depart at 1 PM and return at 4 PM. More information will be available in the coming months.
Please sign up for your school of choice on the NCEA 2023 registration page.
All Saints Catholic School (PreK3 - 8)
7777 Osage Plaza Pkwy, Plano, TX 75252
As a three-time recipient of the National Blue Ribbon award, All Saints Catholic School (ASCS) is proud to be an authentically Catholic and academically rigorous school. Our educational excellence is rooted in the Gospel values of love and service to the world. All curriculum and instruction foster a discipline that allows students to become self-directed, innovative learners, striving for excellence in our four pillars of faith, academics, service and character.
The school's low student-teacher ratio of 10:1 provides a strategic benefit, allowing ASCS to understand and flexibly respond to the individual needs of each student. In addition to its outstanding academic program, ASCS offers both Mandarin and Spanish and bi-weekly classes in coding and robotics in the Innovation Lab. Students in Upper School have the opportunity to learn an orchestral or band instrument or to participate in theater, speech, robotics, fencing and a plethora of team sports.
Bishop Lynch High School (9 - 12)
9750 Ferguson Rd, Dallas, TX 75228
Founded in 1963, Bishop Lynch High School (BL) is a college preparatory school of the Diocese of Dallas. BL is the largest co-ed private school in the state of Texas with approximately 1,010 students and sits on a beautiful 22-acre campus in East Dallas.
The school’s Dominican heritage is anchored by the four pillars of Dominican life: prayer, study, community and service.
With a vibrant campus ministry program; tailored learning levels (essentials, regular, honors and Advanced Placement); the BL House System to increase pastoral care, student leadership opportunities and mentorship; and a new Christian service program, BL continues to deliver on its mission.
Bishop Lynch’s tagline is Believing. Belonging., and BL has worked to create a culture of belonging on campus with the BL Belonging Board, Dine & Dialogue programs and dialogue training for students, faculty and staff.
John Paul II High School (9 - 12)
900 Coit Rd, Plano, TX 75075
John Paul II High School (JPII) is a premier Catholic college preparatory high school serving families in the greater Collin County area. Founded in 2005, JPII is committed to forming the next generation of effective and ethical servant leaders in our community and the world. Our formative education of the whole person; academic, spiritual, emotional and physical, leads to personal transformation. Inspired by the legacy of our patron, Pope St. John Paul II, we must rouse the minds and hearts of our students, stir their faith, and empower them to create a future based on hope and love.
Notre Dame School of Dallas (students with developmental disabilities ages 6-22)
2018 Allen St., Dallas, TX 75204
Notre Dame School educates 170 students ages 6 – 22 with developmental disabilities. Centrally located in the thriving area of Uptown Dallas, students come to Notre Dame School from over 80 different zip codes for the specialized education and low student to teacher ratio of 5:1. Students are educated according to their age and ability level with an academic curriculum and daily living and community skills. As students’ progress to the Upper School, they travel off-campus to learn safety and social skills and job exploration. Notre Dame School invites students from area Catholic schools to volunteer in classrooms as part of their service curriculum. The school’s individualized curriculum ensures that each child’s needs are met in a caring and appropriate way.
As a Catholic school, founded in 1963 by the School Sisters of Notre Dame, the mission is to provide a Christian educational environment, recognizing that each person is created in the image of God, and to prepare students to reach their full potential.
St. Patrick Catholic School (PreK3 - 8)
9635 Ferndale Rd., Dallas, TX 75238
Serving the Lake Highlands neighborhood of Dallas since 1964, St. Patrick Catholic School seeks to transform our students, families, faculty and community through rigorous engagement with academic excellence, faith formation and service learning. With a current enrollment of 420 PreK3 – 8 students, our program offers dynamic programming through our SmartLab Innovation Center, a robust student services department, including a child life specialist, and our semi-departmentalized classrooms beginning in first grade.
Our mission is enlivened through our study of virtues, community building and restorative practices through our Virtue Based Restorative Discipline and full engagement with Catholic Social Teaching. Our grade level service learning program provides all students and their families meaningful community service integrated with instruction and reflection allowing students to fully incorporate Gospel values and Catholic Social Teachings into their lives.
Saint Paul Catholic Classical School (PreK3 - 8)
720 S. Floyd Rd., Richardson, TX 75080
Located in the Richardson Heights Neighborhood of Richardson, TX, Saint Paul Catholic Classical School offers a Catholic classical education forming students in faith, virtue and wisdom. Accompanying parents on their children’s academic and spiritual journey, Saint Paul School unlocks the wonders of God’s creation and teaches how to properly order one’s life around Christ, the Logos. The classical curriculum enables students to seek truth, goodness and beauty in all things.
Celebrating 65 years in the Diocese of Dallas, Saint Paul serves 130 students with small class sizes and a close family environment. The PACE Lab offers opportunities for students with learning differences to receive a Catholic classical education. Additionally, the school offers many outdoor learning spaces and classical artwork to experience God’s wonder as they learn.
St. Philip & St. Augustine Catholic Academy (PreK3 - 8)
8151 Military Pkwy., Dallas, TX 75227
Founded in 2015, St. Philip & St. Augustine Catholic Academy (SPSA) takes pride in being the number one elementary and middle school option in Southeast Dallas. We are driven by our mission and are committed to creating an uplifting student-centered environment focused on individual learning styles to promote a love of learning that lasts a lifetime. Our legacy is grounded in providing a safe, rigorous, faith-based education with a holistic, family-centered approach. We understand the value of a strong community and its ability to help everyone succeed.
Central to our efforts to provide a nurturing community is having the lowest tuition rate in the area with tuition assistance and scholarship opportunities for eligible students. We cherish the unique opportunity we’ve been given to fundamentally elevate the trajectory of our 347 students and their families' lives. Our vision is to graduate students who are critical thinkers, productive moral citizens and spiritual leaders.