Bishop Foley Catholic's mission and ministry is to form young minds, get to know and love Christ, while at the same time receiving an excellent academic education. BFC is a warm and welcoming
community that offers many opportunities for growth in academic excellence, friendships, teamwork, and faith. In turn, BFC benefits from the many talents and gifts our students bring to the
Join the Foley Family! When you take part in on-campus tours, Venture for a Day experiences, and open houses, you will be able to discover what it means to be part of our
extraordinary community and how we can assist you as you venture to become the very best version of yourself.
Bishop Foley Catholic offers a college preparatory academic program with more than 100 courses and 20 AP and honors classes. In addition to the traditional required high school classes, Foley
includes additional course offerings in STEM, performing/visual arts, foreign language, theology, and more.
Ventures at Bishop Foley Catholic can explore a diverse mix of clubs and extracurricular activities that appeal to a variety of interests. Students can participate in clubs that
explore music, performing arts, visual arts, community service, faith, science, technology, and much more.
Bishop Foley Catholic’s mission and ministry is to form young minds, get to know and love Christ, while at the same time receiving an excellent academic education. BFC is a warm and
welcoming community that offers many opportunities for growth in academic excellence, friendships, teamwork, and faith.
Bishop Foley Catholic High school strives to be a Christ-centered school that encourages students and staff to live as missionary disciples. We accomplish this mission by rooting our day in
countless opportunities to pray, serve and learn.
Foley alumni, parents, faculty, staff and friends of our beloved school understand the value of a Bishop Foley Catholic education. We are ever grateful to those who support our Mission, which
is to provide a Christ-centered environment that emphasizes academic excellence to develop the whole person in mind, body and spirit.
The Respect Life Club is intended to spread the message of life being from conception to natural death. As Christians, we are called to be the “voice for the voiceless.” Students
have a wide variety of opportunities to do this, including:
Life Chain in October
March for Life in January (Located in Washington D.C)