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About LC

Accreditation and Recognition
 
Lansdale Catholic High School, located in Lansdale PA, is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools and is a regional secondary school of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia. Lansdale Catholic has been named as a Model School by the International Center for Leadership in Education. We have been honored by the ICLE as one of 25 of the nation's highest performing and innovative schools that is using resources efficiently and effectively.
 
Vision Statement

Rooted in the worship of the Triune God, inspired by the Gospel of Christ, and empowered by His Spirit, the mission of Lansdale Catholic High School embraces academic preparedness, character formation, and a sense of community service.
All learners will be highly engaged in a Catholic environment built on positive relationships, based on the teachings of Christ. Motivated by a relevant and rigorous curriculum, students will be challenged to develop their God-given abilities and talents to become graduates that are:
 
  • Contributors to the Community in the Model of Christ
  • Life-Long Learners
  • Innovative Real World Problem Solvers
  • Self-Disciplined Leaders with a Social Conscience
 
LCHS History
 
Msgr. Joseph Schade founded Little Flower High School of Lansdale in September 1949 with the specific purpose of offering a
competitive Catholic secondary education for Catholic families not only in his parish but also for the region since the nearest Diocesan High School at that time was in the City of Philadelphia.
Until 1960, LFHS occupied a small building on the grounds of Saint Stanislaus Parish Church at Lansdale Avenue and Main Street in Lansdale, PA. The school was moved to its present location at 700 Lansdale Avenue in 1960. The name of the school was changed at that time to Lansdale Catholic High School. From 1975 to 1983 several additions were made to the building to enhance the curricular and co-curricular programs.
In 1983, Lansdale Catholic became a full member of the Secondary School System of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia. It became a major beneficiary of BLOCS (Business Leaders for Catholic Schools) in 1987 with the building of the Fishman Center.

Why Choose LCHS
 
Our last several graduating classes combined received over $165 million in scholarships and grants!