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Dean of Admission
Knoxville Catholic High School has provided an outstanding education to the communities we serve since opening our doors in 1932. KCHS students consistently score above the state and national averages on standardized tests, and the Class of 2011 was offered an outstanding $11 million college scholarships.
Our core academic curriculum is enhanced with religious, fine arts, and life skills courses that allow students to grow in mind, body, and spirit. Whether it’s Peer Ministry or Performing Arts, Fighting Irish Football or the Harry Potter Club, AP Physics or Digital Photography – every KCHS student is provided the opportunity to discover the full spectrum of their interests and talents.
Spiritual & Moral: KCHS students are expected to live and respond according to Christian values, in both individual and community matters.
Intellectual: KCHS students are expected to demonstrate an appreciation for learning in a changing world by thinking and acting critically, independently, creatively, and collaboratively.
Physical: KCHS students are expected to master sportsmanship and maximize physical skills while maintaining personal health.
Social: KCHS students are expected to always promote justice, respect, compassion, and service through Christian behavior.