Wildwood Catholic High School offers a comprehensive college preparatory curriculum for students who are among the best and brightest of their peers not only locally, but regionally and nationally as well.

At the same time, Wildwood Catholic High School provides a college preparatory experience for students of varying academic abilities as well.

On average historically, 95% of all Wildwood Catholic High School students move on to higher education, an achievement of which the Wildwood Catholic community is very proud.

In order to help students not only prepare for admission but for success in higher education, Wildwood Catholic employs a holistic approach to the education of the young person-we strive to empower not only students' minds, but also their bodies, hearts, and souls as well.

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of students graduate on time above and beyond 120 credit minimum and beyond NCAA course requirements



unique daily lessons delivered by dedicated faculty



of WCHS graduates are accepted into a 2 or 4 year college



of WCHS students are enrolled in Advanced Placement courses across 5 subject areas



average student to teacher ratio, ensuring more individualized attention



WCHS students scored 15% higher than the national average on the SAT assessment.


Holding that life in its fullest expression is experienced only in the spirit of Jesus Christ, Wildwood Catholic High School presents a college preparatory curriculum within a small Christian community which encourages special and personal interaction among faculty, students, and parents. Guided by the Gospel and strengthened by the sacraments, we are able to challenge students to strive for personal excellence in all facets of life: academic, physical, social, emotional, and spiritual. Thus, students are not only enabled to live their present lives to the fullest, but are also equipped to continue their education and to assume vocation, career, and civic responsibilities.

Wildwood Catholic's philosophy and tradition are firmly rooted in our motto: "Fides et Scientia" (Faith and Knowledge). We hope that each of our students will be steeped in this tradition, prepared for a productive future, and ultimately ready to share in the salvation of Jesus Christ who said: "I have come that they may have life, and have it in abundance!" John 10:10