McAuley Catholic High School (Joplin, Missouri)
|McAuley Catholic High School|
|930 Pearl Avenue
Joplin, (Jasper County), Missouri 64801
|Religious affiliation(s)||Roman Catholic|
|School board||Joplin Area Catholic Schools|
|Teaching staff||Ms. Ruth Atchley, Mr. Blake Zapletal,Mr. Andrew Fethers,Mr. Jim Stuart, Ms. Alicia Abruzzo, Mr. Stephen Spry, Mr. Randy Robertson Ms. Kaara Schrader, Sr. Joan Schwager, Mrs. Audrey Minor, Mrs. Amanda Walker, Mrs. Barbara Baraneck|
|Classes||Art, Business, Journalism, Language Arts, Mathematics, Physical Education, Psychology, Religion, Science, Social Studies, Spanish, Theater|
|Student to teacher ratio||9:1|
|Color(s)||Royal Blue and White|
|Athletics conference||Ozark 7 Conference|
|Rival||Thomas Jefferson Independent Day School|
|Accreditation||Missouri Association for Accreditation of Non-Public Schools|
|Athletic Director||Randy Robertson|
McAuley Catholic High School is a private, parochial school in Joplin, Missouri. It is located in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Springfield-Cape Girardeau. It is a regional high school serving Joplin and the surrounding communities. McAuley is a 4 year high school with an enrollment of approximately 70 students. It is accredited by the Missouri Association for Accreditation of Non-Public Schools.
The school was forced to convert their nearby storage building into the replacement elementary school over the summer as the original was destroyed in a tornado on May 22, 2011.  Due to limited space in the temporary elementary building, McAuley lets the elementary use their facilities for PE, lunch, and art classes.
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