Bishop Thomas K. Gorman Catholic School
For over 60 years, Bishop Thomas Gorman Catholic School has been a welcoming community of faithful learners dedicated to the continued formation of the total person according to the Gospel.
Through this Catholic tradition, supported by parental involvement, the school promotes values, character, and self-discipline.
A challenging academic environment with a college preparatory curriculum enables each student to become a contributing member of society.
- Top Ranked TX School
- Grades: 6-12
- Students: 330 students
- Application Deadline: None / Rolling
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% Students of Color
State avg.: 40%
Students by Grade
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Student : Teacher Ratio
National avg.: 13:1
% Faculty w/Advanced Degree
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List of Courses Offered
Art, Biology, Calculus, Chemistry, Physics, Spanish, World History
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Tuition and Acceptance Rate
None / Rolling
Total Sports Offered
- For over 60 years, Bishop Thomas K. Gorman Catholic School has been a welcoming community of faithful learners dedicated to the continued formation of the total person according to the Gospel. Through this Catholic tradition, supported by parental involvement, the school promotes values, character, and self-discipline. A challenging academic environment with a college preparatory curriculum enables each student to become a contributing member of society.Mission. The mission of Bishop Gorman Catholic School is the fulfillment of the educational ministry of the Catholic Church and has as its primary goal the ongoing formation of the Christian person. It aims at the development of the individual's moral, intellectual, social, cultural, and physical endowments.
- College Preparation. 100% of Bishop Gorman graduates in the Class of 2018 were accepted to post-secondary academic institutions or career training programs. The Class of 2018 received more than $7 million in college scholarship offers spread out of 75% of the class. Recent Gorman alumni are studying at or have graduated from: Yale, New York University, Princeton, Columbia, Duke University, Boston Conservatory, Sarah Lawrence College, Cornell, Dartmouth, The University of Notre Dame, University of Texas at Austin, Texas A & M University, Trinity University, Baylor University, West Point Military Academy, Air Force Academy, Case-Western Reserve, Florida Tech, Purdue, Creighton University, Austin College, SMU, TCU, University of Michigan, Georgia Tech, University of Pennsylvania, Rice University, Gonzaga University, Millsaps, University of Alabama, St. Louis University, Franciscan University, St. Edward`s University, and many others. The class 2016 earned over $6,766,000 in scholarship offers.
- Student Activities. Co-curricular activities include: Ambassadors Club, Student Ministry, Drama Club, Yearbook, Student Government, Biology Club, Math Club, Band, National Honor Society, Visual Arts, Pre-Med Club, Pro-Life Club, Academic Team, Choir, Skeet, International Students Club, Football, Cross Country, Cheerleading, Dance, Basketball, Soccer, Baseball, Softball, Volleyball, Swimming, Track and Field, and Tennis.
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