Bishop Manogue High School

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Bishop Manogue Catholic High School
Address
110 Bishop Manogue Drive
Reno, Nevada, 89511
United States
Coordinates 39°25′25″N 119°45′52″W / 39.42361°N 119.76444°W / 39.42361; -119.76444Coordinates: 39°25′25″N 119°45′52″W / 39.42361°N 119.76444°W / 39.42361; -119.76444
Information
Type Private, Coeducational
Religious affiliation(s) Roman Catholic
Established 1948
Oversight Roman Catholic Diocese of Reno
President Maureen Kachurak
Principal Rick Harris
Staff 86
Grades 912
Enrollment 640 (2014)
Color(s) Green and Gold         
Athletics conference Sierra League
Team name Miners
Accreditation Northwest Accreditation Commission [1]
Newspaper Miner Detail
Website

Bishop Manogue Catholic High School is a Catholic high school in Reno, Nevada. It is the only Catholic high school in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Reno and 1 of only 2 Catholic high schools in the state of Nevada.

History[edit]

The Catholic high school was established in Reno, Nevada in 1948 and named for the first Bishop of Sacramento, Patrick Manogue.[2] In 1957 the school moved from its location off of Mill Street to 400 Bartlett Street, off of Valley Road, adjacent to the University of Nevada, and was known as "The School on the Hill." Bishop Manogue Catholic High School remained at this location for nearly fifty years before being relocated in 2004 to a site in southwest Reno and the graduating class of 2004 was called "the Last Class on the Hill" to conclude 46 years at 400 Bartlett Street. The 1957 Bishop Manogue was torn down after it was purchased by the University of Nevada and the site is now home to an athletic center.

Athletics[edit]

Manogue's school colors are green and gold, and its mascot is the Miner, in tribute to the school's namesake, Bishop Patrick Manogue, who was also a miner.

Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association State Championships[edit]

  • Baseball - 1984, 1985, 1986, 1999, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004[3]
  • Basketball (Girls) - 2001, 2003[4]
  • Basketball (Boys) - 2000, 2001[5]
  • Cross Country (Boys) - 1980, 1983[6]
  • Cross Country (Girls) - 1979, 1980, 1983, 1993[7]
  • Golf (Girls) - 2008[8]
  • Swimming (Boys) - 1990[9]
  • Volleyball (Girls) - 2008[10]
  • Football - 1957, 1958, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1975, 1979, 1982, 1987, 1988, 1999, 2002, 2003[11]
  • Golf (Boys) 2000, 2001, 2013[12]
  • Skiing (Boys) 2013, 2014[13]

Notable alumni[edit]

Footnotes[edit]