|What is the cost of education at GCC?|
For the 2021-2022 school year, the cost to educate a senior high student is $14,135 and a junior high student is $11,117, plus a $400 technology fee for each student.
|Are there Visual and Performing Arts programs at Greensburg Central Catholic?|
Our Visual and Performing Arts department provides an outstanding
education. The faculty and staff have created a supportive environment in which
students can grow creatively and develop a lifelong appreciation for the arts,
including Band, Chorus, Strings, World Drumming, Music Theory, Guitar, Drawing,
Painting, Ceramics, AP Studio Art, AP Art History, Theatre Arts, Fall Play, and
|Does Greensburg Central Catholic offer sports?|
Yes. Students in the junior and senior high programs can choose
from 20 different interscholastic athletic teams.
|How many Greensburg Central Catholic students go on to college?|
100 percent of seniors graduate each year, with an average of 97
percent matriculating to attend a four-year college or university.
|I need more information. What should I do?|
If you need additional admission information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, or email@example.com. You can also call the
school at 724-834-0310.
|Is the school accredited?|
Greensburg Central Catholic Junior-Senior High School is accredited by
the Pennsylvania Department of Education, the Roman Catholic Diocese of
Greensburg, and the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools.
|What are school hours?|
Students may be dropped off as early as 7:30 a.m.
|What are the school colors?|
Maroon and Gray
|What is the maximum class size?|
To facilitate optimum learning, we strive to keep class sizes at 12-14
|Is busing available?|
Bus transportation is provided by public districts within a 10-mile radius of Greensburg Central Catholic. These districts include: Greensburg-Salem, Hempfield, Latrobe, Norwin, Penn Trafford, Yough, Derry and Ligonier. Additionally, transportation is provided to students living in Apollo, Armstrong, Belle Vernon, Burrell, Franklin Regional, Frazier, Gateway, Jeannette, Kiski, Leechburg, Mount Pleasant, Plum, Ringgold, and Southmoreland.
Although there is no after-school student activity bus transportation, coaches and moderators are sensitive to the travel needs of students.