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Bishop Rosecrans High School
School DescriptionFounded in 1950, Bishop Rosecrans High School is a private Catholic high school offering 4 challenging academic tracks: general studies, college prep, advanced college prep, and honors. Students consistently score high on standardized tests, and 100% of graduates go on to attend university.
The two acre campus is across the street from the city of Zanesville’s Pioneer Park. Their outstanding facilities include a gymnasium, swimming pool, and outdoor athletic fields.
SPORTS AND ARTS
Due to state regulations, F-1 students are not allowed to play sports at the school.
Bishop Rosecrans offers students several fine arts courses and clubs that include choir, drama, and pep band.
Zanesville is a small city located in the southeastern region of Ohio. The downtown area has galleries, theaters, shopping, and restaurants for students to enjoy. About one hour away, students can explore the larger city of Columbus. The area is home to some of America’s most famous universities, such as Ohio State University as well as companies like American retailer Hollister.
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- 9, 10, 11, 12 Grades at School
- 2 acres Campus Size
Diploma Year Offered?No
Student PopulationCoEd - School for both genders
Average Class Size11
English as Second Language (ESL) Support AvailableNo
Accepting Students in Grades10, 11, 12
TOEFL Junior Required750
Other - Eligibility Requirements?F-1 students cannot play sports. Diploma only offered to students who attend for 2 or more years.
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