Information About Guerin Catholic High School
- President: Deacon Rick Wagner
- Principal: James McNeany
Saint Theodore Guerin High School is a diocesan Catholic school serving diverse learners, forming the whole person through faith development, excellence in academics, and student life to live out the gospel message.
“Love the children first, then teach them.” – St. Theodore Guerin
Lead with Humility Serve with Love Trust in Providence
Roman Catholic, Diocese of Lafayette-in-Indiana
Guerin Catholic High School (GCHS)
Purple and Gold
801 Students (Male 50% Female 50%)
Students of Catholic faith: 83%
Diploma Programs Offered:
- Core 40
- Academic Honors
- International Baccalaureate (IB)
Full time faculty: 65
Student-Faculty Ratio: 12:1
% of faculty with Advanced Degrees: 64%
Average Class Size:
Mass offered daily as part of the school day.
Confessions offered three times per week.
Students attend Mass a minimum of once per week.
Students complete a minimum of 120 service hours over four years.
Accreditations and Memberships:
• Indiana Department of Education
• North Central Association (State of Indiana) Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement
• National Catholic Education Association
• Indiana Non-Public Educational Association
• International Baccalaureate Organization
• National Association for College Admission Counseling
Varsity Sports Offered:
Total Financial Awards:
$3.4 Million (2023-24)
Guerin Catholic Class of 2023:
The 169-member class was offered over $31 million in college scholarships
Guerin Catholic High School is located on 72 acres one mile north of 146th Street in Hamilton County.
15300 Gray Road
Noblesville, IN 46062