Welcome to Bishop Canevin

Students in Courtyard 2016Choosing the right high school is a critical decision. Finding the right fit is key. If you want something different…something more…then Bishop Canevin is the right place for you!

At BC, we teach our students to push the envelope, to look beyond themselves, and to discover all the amazing things that lie waiting for them, outside of their comfort zones. Here, young men and women come together from all walks of life, with new things to learn, new people to understand, new worlds to explore.

And the best part?

Everyone is doing it together, so no one is ever alone. In fact, students at BC become part of a community that dares to try something different – and to stretch itself past boundaries into new frontiers.

Here are a few key dates and related information:

Crusader Shadow Days – October, 2017 – March, 2018
These partial or full day school appointments are individually scheduled to allow a more personal approach to experiencing Bishop Canevin High School. Crusader shadow days are specifically tailored to meet the academic interests and talents of the prospective student. This day can be especially helpful to students who cannot attend the October 6th “Crusader for a day” event. Pre-registration is required by contacting Marianne Reinhart, Director of Admissions and Enrollment, at reinhartm@bishopcanevin.org, 412.922.7400 ext. 228.

Fall 2017 Open House for 6th – 11th grade students and families
Sunday, October 29, 2017

Prospective students and their families are invited to tour the campus, meet administrators, teachers, parents, students, moderators, and coaches to learn more about Bishop Canevin High School. After the tour, stop and meet with our guidance counselor and business office staff to address your questions concerning the application and admission process, the 8th grade High School Placement Test, financial aid, and scholarships. Pre-registration is not required.

Crusader for a Day
October 6, 2017

A day for middle school students to get a personalized experience of high school at Bishop Canevin. Many catholic schools will be sending their 8th grade class, others will allow, through their principal’s permission, individual or small group attendance. If your catholic school has a free day, all 6th, 7th, and 8th graders are invited to attend. Public school 6th, 7th, and 8th graders are also welcome to attend.

High School Placement Testing
Saturday, January 21, 2017th
All 8th grade students that are considering attending Bishop Canevin High School are required to complete the placement testing as part of the application process. The test starts at 1:00pm and ends at approximately 4:00pm. Doors will open at 12:30pm. Parents are invited to attend a Question & Answers Session during the testing period, including discussions on admissions, transportation, scholarships, and financial aid.

If you have questions about the application process at Bishop Canevin, please contact Marianne Reinhart, Director of Admissions and Enrollment, at reinhartm@bishopcanevin.org, 412.922.7400 ext. 228.

Click here to learn about the application process.