Washington Catholic High School

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Washington Catholic High School
201 NE Second Street
Washington, Indiana, (Daviess County) 47501
 United States
Coordinates 38°39′32″N 87°10′25″W / 38.65889°N 87.17361°W / 38.65889; -87.17361Coordinates: 38°39′32″N 87°10′25″W / 38.65889°N 87.17361°W / 38.65889; -87.17361
Type Private, Coeducational
Religious affiliation(s) Catholic
Established 1914
CEEB code 153695
Dean Andrew Wibbeler
Principal Karie Craney
Grades 912
Enrollment 93 (2008-2009)
 • Grade 9 24
 • Grade 10 23
 • Grade 11 22
 • Grade 12 24
Color(s)      Red
Athletics conference Blue Chip Conference
Sports Basketball, Soccer, Tennis, Volleyball, Cross Country, Golf, Bowling
Mascot Cardinal
Team name Cardinals
Newspaper Spotlight
Affiliation Roman Catholic
Athletic Director Randy Pontius

Washington Catholic High School is a private, Roman Catholic high school located adjacent to the courthouse square in Washington, Indiana. It is a part of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Evansville. It is part of a larger school system that was founded by Mother Theodore Guerin in 1857. Until recently, it was under the care of the Sisters of Providence of Saint Mary-of-the-Woods. The school's clubs and extracurriculars consist of M.S./H.S. Choir (Participating in the yearly regional ISSMA vocal contest), Key Club, Beta Club, Art Club, M.S./H.S. Band (Participating in the yearly regional ISSMA instrumental contest), "Spotlight" (School Newspaper), Yearbook

The school's athletic nickname is the "Cardinals", and it participates in the Blue Chip Conference.

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