Bishop Rosecrans High School
School DescriptionSCHOOL PROFILE
Founded in 1950, Bishop Rosecrans High School is a private Catholic high school committed to providing a challenging curriculum in a small setting where students get individual attention and support. Bishop Rosecrans High School offers four academic tracks: General Studies, College Prep, Advanced College Prep and Honors programs that have been proven effective. Students consistently score high on all Ohio standardized tests and 100% of graduates go on to attend college and university.
The high school sits on a two acre campus 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
Bishop Rosecrans High School has a strong athletic program, with multiple sports making appearances in championships or playoffs. The girls’ basketball team won the league championships in 2013 and the football team made it to the playoffs in 2012. International students can participate in art courses or extracurricular activities.
Bishop Rosecrans High School is located in Zanesville; about 1 hour East of Columbus, Ohio. It is a city of 25,586 residents but also home to some of America’s most famous companies, so it has plenty to offer international students. Students can enjoy galleries, theaters and the downtown area offers shopping and restaurants.
- 10, 11, 12 Grades at School
- 2 acres Campus Size
Diploma Year Offered?Yes
Student PopulationCoEd - School for both genders
Average Class Size11
English as Second Language (ESL) Support AvailableNo
Accepting Students in GradesNo
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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