Thinking About CHS?
Pensacola Catholic High School
Thank you for your interest in Catholic High School! Please take a few moments to browse our website for information on our school and answer any questions you may have.
Students who have a satisfactory academic, attendance and disciplinary record from their previous school, satisfactory scores on standardized test, and at least an average aptitude for learning are considered for admission to Catholic High School.
The admissions process for incoming freshmen differs from the process for students transferring from another high school. Please click on the appropriate navigation links under the Admissions tab to choose between incoming freshmen and transfer students.
What sort of curriculum does Catholic High provide?
We offer a college preparatory curriculum with many levels of challenge to ensure students are both challenged and able to be successful. Please see our curriculum brochure for information about course offerings. A school profile can also be found here.
Do you offer any services for students with disabilities?
We provide an Adaptive Education Program that provides support services and teaches learning strategies which enables students with disabilities to have a positive, successful learning experience while completing a traditional high school curriculum. To learn more about our Adaptive Education Program, please call Mrs. Meredith at 436-6400 x 133 or see the AEP page on our website.
What is the cost of attending Pensacola Catholic High School? Do you offer any tuition assistance?
The cost and fees for attending Catholic High, as well as information about financial aid, are available here. Tuition assistance is available to those who apply and qualify. Please contact our Finance Office at 436-6400 x 116 if you would like additional information.
Are uniforms required at Catholic High?
Students are not required to wear uniforms. However, PCHS enforces a dress code policy that can be found here.
Does the school provide transportation?
Unfortunately we are unable to provide transportation to our Catholic Schools in the Diocese. Students with valid driver’s licenses are allowed to drive to school and we encourage and assist families in arranging carpools with other students in their area.
What dates are students in attendance at Catholic High?
Please click here for the complete school calendar.