Bishop Stang High School
- Top Ranked MA School
- Grades: 9-12
- Students: 527 students
- Yearly Tuition: $11,400
- Acceptance rate: 85%
- Average class size: 19 students
- Application Deadline: Jan. 7 / rolling
Academics and Faculty
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Tuition and Acceptance Rate
Business Club, Campus Ministry, Captain's Club, Coding Club, Diversity Council, Forensics and Debate, Green Team, Math Team, Mock Trial Team, National Honor Society, Newspaper/Blog, Peer Mentors, Philosophy Club, Pro-Life Committee, Robotics Team, S.A.D.D. (Students Against Destructive Decisions), Science Squad, Spartunes and Spartan Singers, Student Ambassadors, Student Council, Trivia Club, Yearbook Club
Arts and Music Programs:
Art & Photography Club, Improv Troupe, Jazz Band, Knitting Club, Literary Magazine, Open Mic Committee, Origami club, Poetry Club, Strings Club, Theater Company
Recreational Athletic Programs:
Stang Expedition Club
- Bishop Stang High School is a Catholic co-educational, four-year college preparatory school in the Fall River Diocese serving students from a wide geographic area and from diverse academic, economic, ethnic and religious backgrounds.
- As a community rooted in and dedicated to the message of Jesus Christ, as handed down to us through the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church, we are called to educate our students for global awareness and commission them to give witness to a shared vision of hope, faith, and love.
- Bishop Stang High School prides itself on its positive, nurturing and creative environment and its challenging, flexible, and innovative curriculum.
- Believing that personal attention leads to positive growth and achievement, Bishop Stang High School fosters close student-student and student-teacher relationships.
- Placing students in academic levels commensurate to their educational backgrounds and needs helps students reach their full potential.
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