WELCOME TO ST. PATRICK!
SCHOLARS. DISCIPLES. CHAMPIONS.
The goal of St. Patrick Catholic High School is to graduate students who aspire in excellence and who are motivated to leadership, service, and civic responsibility; who are independent thinkers informed and enriched by a challenging curriculum; who are appreciators of the visual and performing arts and the spirit of competition; who are lifelong learners adaptable to new information and technologies; and who are individuals who strive to develop the spiritual, intellectual, civic, emotional and physical dimension of their lives.
St. Patrick Catholic High School is a coeducational college-preparatory,
St. Patrick Catholic High School is accredited by the Mississippi Department of Education and AdvancED (Southern Association of Colleges and Schools). Our school is a member of the National Catholic Education Association. St. Patrick also holds membership in the Mississippi High School Athletic Association, the Gulf Coast Education Institute Consortium, the National Association of Secondary School Principals, and the Partners in Mission Advancement and Leadership Institute for Catholic Education.
Our mission for our students is to promote spiritual growth; to assure intellectual growth through academic excellence; to foster a Christian social conscience; to develop a physically healthy lifestyle; and to provide a culturally enriching experience.
We are a Catholic high school family developing future Christian leaders who are prepared to face the challenges before them from religious, social, and academic perspectives.
St. Patrick Catholic High School strives to provide a curriculum and an environment that fosters the following core values: commitment to excellence; spirit of respect and compassion; personal integrity; and willingness to serve.
PRINCIPAL DR. MATT BUCKLEY
Welcome to St. Patrick! Thank you for visiting our website!
It is with a tremendous sense of joy that we fully commit to the beautiful mission of Catholic education as part of the Catholic Diocese of Biloxi. The legacy of Catholic education reinforces the vision that we are a part of something much larger than ourselves, and we are grateful for our role in continuing this legacy among our current and
At St. Patrick Catholic High School, the primary pillars of our mission are discipleship, scholarship, and championship. Our goal is to support and motivate our students in every way possible so that they become successful both during their time at St. Patrick as well as after graduation. Our faculty and staff are highly committed and strive each day to Educate Scholars, Train Disciples and Support Champions. In doing so, we strive to create an environment where our young men and women grow in goodness first. To be good in God’s eyes, to be a good student, to be a good athlete, a good musician, a good artist—these are the goods in which we believe our young people should grow.
At St. Patrick Catholic High School, we believe in holding our young men and women to a high vision of who they can become. As a result of a rigorous academic program and the nurturing of body and soul through a commitment to the ideals of faith and Gospel
values rooted in the love of God and neighbor, our students emerge as strong, empowered, independent young men and women. We pride ourselves on providing a warm, nurturing environment with faith and academics at its core.
The vitality of Catholic education is needed now more than ever. I find St. Patrick Catholic High School to be a fortress of hope for our next generation of leaders—civic leaders, family leaders, and church leaders. By focusing on the cura personalis, we challenge our students to lead with their hearts along with their minds. The development of a student’s conscience is as important as the development of their academic skills, and we find this to be accomplished through a continued partnership with parents as we work together to strengthen each student to his or her greatest potential.
Dr. Matt Buckley
FACULTY AND STAFF
School Advisory Council
Front Row (L to R): Jamie Dick; Marshall Eleuterius, President; Fr. Greg Barras; Fr. Ryan McCoy, Lead Pastor; Renee Dellenger, Treasurer. Second Row (L to R): Julie Cruthirds; Bill Lawson; Russell Taylor; Matthew Mestayer, Vice President. Not Pictured: Dr. Jennifer Sutton, Secretary; J.E. Moran.
The St. Patrick Catholic High School Advisory Council serves in an advisory and consultative capacity to the Principal. The purpose of the School Advisory Council is to advance the mission and common good for all students, promote academic excellence, counsel on and advocate for school-wide initiatives, and represent the voice of the community. Advisory Council members assist the Principal by recommending policy and identifying the educational needs and objectives of the school and school community. All members are committed to the mission and vision of St. Patrick Catholic High School.
Catholic Diocese of Biloxi
- Bishop: Most Rev. Louis F. Kihneman, III
- Superintendent: Dr. Mike Ladner
- Phone: 228-702-2100
Partner Elementary Schools
- Principal: Mrs. Traci Kessler
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone: 228-432-2269
- Principal: Mrs. Cindy Hahn
- Email: email@example.com
- Phone: 228-388-3602
- Principal: Mrs. Stephanie Gruich
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone: 228-392-4180
- Principal: Mrs. Eleanor Hartzog
- Email: email@example.com
- Phone: 228-875-5329
- Principal: Mrs. Jennifer Broadus
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone: 228-896-6631
- Principal: Mrs. Carol Church
- Email: email@example.com
- Phone: 228-222-6000
- Pastor: Rev. Godfrey Andoh
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone: 228-374-1717
- Pastor: Rev. Daniel Martinez Patiño
- Email: blessedseelosCC@yahoo.com
- Phone: 228-435-0007
- Pastor: Rev. Henry McInerney
- Email: email@example.com
- Phone: 228-388-3887
- Pastor: Rev. Ruben Covos
- Phone: 228-377-4859
- Pastor: Rev. Daniel Martinez Patiño
- Phone: 228-435-0007
- Pastor: Rev. Martin Gillespie
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone: 228-392-1999
- Pastor: Msgr. Dominick Fullam
- Email: email@example.com
- Phone: 228-435-5578
- Pastor: Rev. Thang John Pham
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone: 228-374-1116
- Pastor: Rev. Dominic Pham
- Email: email@example.com
- Phone: 228-392-4526
- Pastor: Rev. Ryan McCoy
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone: 228-896-6059
- Pastor: Rev. Satish Adhav
- Email: email@example.com
- Phone: 228-864-2272
- Pastor: Rev. Joseph Uko
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone: 228-832-3244
- Pastor: Rev. Hyginus Boboh
- Phone: 228-863-0624
- Pastor: Rev. David Milton
- Email: email@example.com
- Phone: 228-832-2560
- Pastor: Rev. Peter Kmiecik
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone: 228-283-5252
- Pastor: Rev. Cuthbert O’Connell
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- Phone: 228-863-1610
- Rev. Mike Snyder
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone: 228-875-5419
- Pastor: Rev. Sergio Balderas
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- Phone: 228-875-0654
A list of all clergy and contact information may be accessed here.
St. Patrick Catholic High School is centrally located along the Mississippi Gulf Coast region just north of the cities of Biloxi and Gulfport, at the intersection of Highways 605 and 67 – less than ten miles north of Interstate-10. St. Patrick is located near Tradition and the DeSoto National Forest. Students who attend St. Patrick live in Biloxi, D’Iberville, Gautier, Gulfport, Long Beach, Ocean Springs, Pass Christian, Vancleave, and Wiggins.