The mission of Tuscarawas Central Catholic Jr/Sr High School is to challenge our students academically, socially, and spiritually to be productive, nurturing Christian citizens in a diverse, global society.
We Are Tuscarawas Central Catholic Junior Senior High School
Tuscarawas Central Catholic High School was born September 8, 1970, when students from former rivals Dennison St. Mary and Dover St. Joseph met in the classroom for the first time under the Central Catholic banner. Since that beginning, the school has shared the Gospel with the young people of our community, produced national merit scholars, and fielded championship athletic teams.
During the past 40 years, about 1,500 students have met the challenge of the curriculum, learned the value of community service, and nourished their faith. Today, about 160 students and a skilled and dedicated faculty continue the Central Catholic tradition in a building that has undergone extensive renovations and improvements.
Tuscarawas Central Catholic High School is owned by the Diocese of Columbus and abides by the policies of the Diocese Department of Education. The school is accredited by the Ohio Catholic Schools Accrediting Association.
Central Catholic is open to all area students, regardless of faith or economic status. Financial Assistance programs are available. Tuition assistance programs are available.
Parents and students are invited to make an appointment to visit the school at anytime.