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Why Bishop Foley Catholic?

BFC is truly Undeniably Catholic. In addition to Mass, prayer, and spiritual retreats, Foley is committed to serving the community and takes pride in helping their neighbors. Every year students coordinate “Be the Difference Day.” This is the single largest community service day Foley hosts with an average of over 500 volunteers. In just one day, approximately 3,200 hours are completed!
 
While there is a strong focus on faith, Foley’s college preparatory program truly prepares students for their future. Over 100 courses are offered as well as 20 honors and AP classes and a wide selection of STEM courses. Additionally, we have an award winning performing and visual arts program and Robotics team. Our counseling department works closely with students to help them secure scholarships. Our Class of 2017 was awarded $9.7M in college scholarships!
 
We are proud of our 57 Catholic League titles and 19 state championships! Our 22 athletic programs include sports such as: baseball, football, girls swimming, track and field, Volleyball, and more.
 
With a diverse mix of 18 clubs, there is something to appeal to all interests. Students can participate in clubs that explore faith, science, technology, music, performing arts, visual arts, and community service.
Jasper Ocamp ('92)
 
Foley alumni are successful in their careers. Alumni work at companies such as: Fox Sports, NASA, and the Department of Education. Alumni Board member and basketball coach Jasper Ocampo (’92) (pictured on the right) explains that students and parents should consider Bishop Foley Catholic. “It is a close knit school. Students can receive the individualized attention they need, because of the small class size.”
 
Come see for yourself what it means to be part of the “Foley Family” and discover more at our Open House on Thursday, April 19 from 6 – 8 p.m. Prospective families can tour our campus and meet faculty, staff, and coaches. For more details visit: www.bishopfoley.org/openhouse/.
Source: Jessica Knapik