Lake Catholic High School

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Lake Catholic High School
6733 Reynolds Road
Mentor, Ohio, (Lake County)
United States
Coordinates 41°41′17″N 81°22′34″W / 41.68806°N 81.37611°W / 41.68806; -81.37611Coordinates: 41°41′17″N 81°22′34″W / 41.68806°N 81.37611°W / 41.68806; -81.37611
Type Private, Coeducational
Motto A Commitment to Excellence and a Willingness to Serve
Religious affiliation(s) Roman Catholic
Patron saint(s) St. Thomas Aquinas
Established 1970
Oversight Roman Catholic Diocese of Cleveland
President Sal Miroglotta, M.A., M.S.Ed.
Principal Robert Kumazec
Asst. Principal Ann Ulrich
Scott O'Donnell, M.A.
Grades 912
Enrollment 875 (2014)
Campus Suburban; 35 Acres
Color(s) Forest Green and Grey          
Athletics 18 varsity sports
Athletics conference North Coast League
Mascot Cougar
Rival Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin High School, Padua Franciscan High School
Newspaper The Lakeline
Yearbook The Torch

Lake Catholic High School is located in Mentor, Ohio, an eastern suburb of Cleveland at 6733 Reynolds Rd. (State Route 306). It serves students from Lake, Cuyahoga and Geauga counties, as well as the surrounding areas. The only fully accredited Catholic high school in Lake County, Lake Catholic High School is owned by the Catholic Diocese of Cleveland. Founded in 1970, its first class graduated in 1974.


Athletics include Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Fastpitch Softball, Football, Golf, Gymnastics, Hockey, Lacrosse, Soccer, Swimming, Tennis, Indoor Track and Field, Outdoor Track and Field, Volleyball, Rugby, and Wrestling. Lake Catholic competes in the North Coast League. The league also consists of Hoban, Beaumont, Benedictine, St. Thomas Aquinas, Cleveland Central Catholic, Holy Name, John F. Kennedy, NDCL, Padua, Trinity, VASJ, and Walsh Jesuit. Lake Catholic's central rivalry is with Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin High School.

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