Bishop Bossart encourages students to embrace the Gospel Message of Jesus Christ; to mature spiritually, advance academically, develop physically, fostering the spirit of Charity First.
- White: 96%
- Asian: 2%
- Two or more races: 2%
Bishop Brossart High School is one of nine Catholic high schools in the Diocese of Covington. At the school's core is a sense of community as family; this philosophy is reinforced by a commitment to the motto "Charity First". Faculty and staff are committed to providing enriching experiences for each student to ensure each child receives a holistic education. The mission statement is carried out daily through the work of dedicated administrators and faculty, along with an empowered student body, sustaining the long standing tradition and legacy that the Bishop Brossart community cherishes.
The overriding vision that guides us is the commitment to educating the whole person. The belief that there is more to education than standards, curriculum, and scores is the guiding principle for all administrators and faculty. Students are offered experiences in and out of the classroom, to continue to develop the whole person as they mature. The organizational structure is divided into four TEAMs. TEAM Academically evaluates and revises policies and curriculum keeping up with the ever changing academic environment. TEAM Physically ensures all students are actively participating in activities that help them develop physically and emotionally. TEAM Spiritually oversees faith based activities offered and TEAM Community continues investing in activities involving the community through mutually rewarding service.