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 Belief & Practice

We believe that all knowledge originates with and flows from God. Therefore, our educational environment is Gospel-centered and value-based, and reflects the teachings of the Catholic Church. We respect the individuality of each student, and acknowledge the unique challenges of adolescence. Our holistic education process provides opportunities for academic, spiritual, physical, interpersonal and emotional development. We have charted a course that integrates personal development and accountability to self and community. Our mission is to empower our students with the education necessary to live as responsible Christians in a complex world.

 Educational Philosophy

  • student in science classTo provide a strong academic background for post-secondary education and the continued pursuit of knowledge.
  • To encourage the creative potential and individual learning style of each student.
  • To present the teachings of the Catholic Church in areas of Sacred Scripture, religious doctrine, ethics, and morality.
  • To nurture faith in God, hope in the risen Christ, and love of God and neighbor.
  • To promote self-esteem, interpersonal skills, and emotional and physical well-being.
  • To create opportunities for faculty, staff, and parent development that supports the school's mission.

 Graduation Requirements

Students must earn a minimum of 27 credits, and complete 24 hours of service each year to graduate. In general, Greensburg Central Catholic graduation requirements exceed those required by the state, which requires a minimum of 25 credits to graduate. A breakdown of the Greensburg Central Catholic credit distribution is as follows:
Subject Credits Required
​English ​4 credits
​Mathematics ​3 credits
​Science ​3 credits
​Social Studies ​3.5 credits
World Language​ ​2 credits
​Religion ​4 credits
​Fine Arts ​2 credits
​Health & Physical Education ​1.5 credits
​Electives ​5 credits