Several Fast Facts

process_01_12Ursuline High School is a Catholic college preparatory high school, operated by the Diocese of Youngstown that offers excellent academic and religious instruction in a positive school culture where all students feel safe and welcome. This atmosphere contributes to the spiritual, intellectual, social, and physical growth of our students. Ursuline admits students who demonstrate the ability and desire to succeed academically, a willingness to accept the challenges and expectations of our curriculum, and the commitment to embrace the school’s Catholic identity and participate in the spiritual life of the school.
Admissions Contact

Maggie Matune
Assistant Principal
Ursuline High School
750 Wick Avenue
Youngstown, OH 44505
Phone: (330) 744-4563
Fax: (330) 744-3358

 


 

  • 98% of 2016 graduates college-bound
  • $14.9 million awarded to graduated in college scholarships and grants
  • 12 Advanced Placement (AP) Scholars in the Class of 2016
  • 2 National Merit Finalists and 1 Commended Finalist in the Class of 2017
  • 84% pass rate on the 2016 AP exams which far exceeds the state average of 67% and global average of 60%
  • 19 AP classes offered to Ursuline students
  • Dual enrollment college courses available to students through Youngstown State University and Kent State University’s College Credit Plus Program
  • Students may take college courses at YSU during the school day
  • 14 to 1 student to teacher ratio

 

  • Updated wireless infrastructure
  • SmartBoards in all classrooms
  • Distance Learning Lab utilized by all academic departments
  • 2 to 1 computer to student ratio
  • iPad, Macbook, and Chromebook carts to turn any classroom into a computer lab
  • Updated Digital Research Lab in the Library and Learning Center
  • Research databases available to all students that are updated in live time
  • Rosetta Stone software available to all students

 

  • 20 members of the Class of 2017 are Eucharistic Ministers
  • Biennial international mission trip to build homes during spring break
  • Student planned Masses and Prayer Services with student musicians and ministers on a monthly basis
  • Weekly service opportunities
  • Regular practice of the Sacrament of Reconciliation
  • Monthly participation in the “First Friday” luncheon series sponsored by the Diocese of Youngstown
  • Annual retreat program for all grades

 

  • Largest Marching and Concert Band in the Diocese of Youngstown
  • Concert Band regularly wins awards in national competitions
  • 4 theatrical productions a year ~ 2 musicals, 1 play, and 1 student directed show
  • 2 Art Department computer labs
  • Competitive Speech and Debate Team
  • Class of 2017 student won the 13th Congressional District Art Show and had her work displayed in the Capital Building in Washington, D.C.
  • Multiple awards earned annually at the Scholastic Art Show

 

  • Variety of extracurricular programs to develop leaders, scholars, and servants
  • 17 Varsity sports teams with a tradition of excellence for young men and women
  • International and domestic travel opportunities available annually

 

 

 

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