Bishop McCort High School
|Bishop McCort High School|
|25 Osborne Street
Johnstown, Pennsylvania, (Cambria County) 15905
|Religious affiliation(s)||Roman Catholic|
|Principal||Thomas P. Fleming, Jr.|
|Color(s)||Red and Gold|
|Slogan||Pride, Loyalty, & Tradition|
|Athletics conference||Laurel Highlands Athletic Conference|
|Team name||Crimson Crushers|
|Accreditation||Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools|
|Chief Administrative Officer||Thomas P. Fleming, Jr.|
|Assistant Principal||None (seeking)|
|Admissions Director||Maria Sanders|
|Athletic Director||Timothy Schultz, Jr.|
Bishop McCort High School is a private, Catholic high school located in Johnstown, Pennsylvania in Cambria County. It is located in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Altoona-Johnstown, though it is not run by the Roman Catholic Diocese due to its privatization in 2008.
In 1961 the original building had three structures added to it. The name was changed to Bishop McCort High School, in honor of Bishop John J. McCort who started the Diocesan Catholic High School.
The most recent addition to the school is the $3 million Bach Wellness Center. The 14,436-square-foot (1,341.1 m2) building includes a weight room, a fitness area, and an auxiliary gymnasium for the school's basketball, baseball, softball, volleyball and tennis teams. The center is named for Dr. Thomas and Eileen Bach, who donated $1.2 million to the project.
- Tom Bradley - former interim head coach and defensive coordinator, Penn State University
- John Stofa - Former professional American football player, Miami Dolphins
- Pete Duranko - Former professional American football player, Denver Broncos
- Jack Ham - Hall of Fame professional American football player, Pittsburgh Steelers
- Artrell Hawkins - Former professional American football player, spent majority of his career with the Cincinnati Bengals.
- Andrew Hawkins - Current professional American football player for the Cleveland Browns
- Luke Swintosky - Current senior Analytical Toxicologist at Select Laboratory Partners
Notes and references
- MSA-CSS. "MSA-Commission on Secondary Schools". Archived from the original on 2011-02-12. Retrieved 2009-05-23.
- BMHS. "School History". Bishop McCort High School website. Retrieved 2009-05-21.
- Chad Mearns. "Bishop McCort breaks ground on new Bach Wellness Center.". Our Town. Retrieved 2010-05-21.