Bishop Foley Catholic High School offers a number of ways for your family and student to visit us. We recognize the difficulty in choosing a high school and encourage potential students to visit often. At Bishop Foley, we think of ourselves as a family, and when you choose to send your child to our school, you’re making the decision to join our Foley Family for the next four years and beyond!
Another great way to get a feel for our school is through a family tour. You will have the opportunity to learn more about BFC curriculum, athletics, clubs and organizations. We will also begin to walk through the high school selection process, ensuring families are comfortable with the transition into high school.
Tours are currently being offered every day after school. To set up a tour, please contact the Admissions Office.
Bishop Foley hosts two open houses a year — once in the fall and once in the spring. This is a great opportunity to learn more about our school. Each attending family will get a personal tour of the school from a current student and parent. Families will have a chance to meet teachers, staff and coaches and learn about the many clubs and sports offered.
For more information, visit our Open House web page
VIP Visit/Shadow Day
The best way for a potential student to experience what it’s like to be a Venture is to spend the day as a VIP Visitor. We encourage all 7th and 8th grade students to shadow a current BFC student once during the school year, either in the spring of their 7th grade year or in the fall of their 8th grade year.
Students can either shadow someone they know, or we will match them up with one of our Student Ambassadors based on their interests.
A typical VIP Visit involves meeting students and staff, attending classes and enjoying lunch with the Foley students. We are confident your student will experience what it truly means to be part of the Foley Family when they spend the day with us!
Please note: All shadow opportunities have been cancelled until further notice due to COVID-19 restrictions.