Founded in 2004, Guerin Catholic High School is the first privately-funded Catholic high school built in the state of Indiana in over thirty years. Guerin Catholic is a four-year, college preparatory school with the curriculum and teaching methods rooted in our core values: holiness, honor, servant leadership and excellence.
The school graduated its first class of 25 seniors in 2007 with 100% matriculating into four-year colleges.
The Guerin Catholic GoldenVoice Choir was selected as the only choral group in the state of Indiana to perform for the President of the United States at America’s 400th anniversary celebration in Jamestown, Virginia.
The school’s namesake, Mother Theodore Guerin, was canonized in Rome in the fall of 2006 by Pope Benedict XVI. Over fifty students, faculty members and parents attended the pilgrimage. Two Guerin Catholic students were selected to serve Mass with the Pope at St. Peter’s Basilica.
Guerin Catholic High School has been named a National Top 50 Catholic High School each year since 2007 by Catholic High School Honor Roll. The Honor Roll, an independent project of the Acton Institute, recognizes and encourages excellence in Catholic secondary education. It is a critical resource for parents and educators, honoring schools that excel in three categories:
Guerin Catholic won its first state championship in 2012 in men's basketball and a second state championship in 2013 in men's soccer.