Our students have earned more than $120 million in college scholarships, 92% of which were academic scholarships.
More than 100 students have been recognized by the National Merit Scholarship Program, including 65 semifinalists and 51 finalists, and five perfect 36 ACT scores have been achieved.
Skutt Catholic is one of only two Catholic High Schools in the state to have multiple students named to the Omaha World Herald All-Metro and All-State Academic teams during this time frame.
Skutt Catholic High School offers more academic courses than any other non-public school in the state.
We offer 16 Advanced Placement courses and 21 Dual Enrollment courses with area colleges. It is feasible for a Skutt Catholic graduate to enter many colleges with enough credits to have earned sophomore standing – if so desired.
Skutt Catholic is also the recipient of the State Department of Education Blue Ribbon Award, making the Top 50 in the country out of more than 325 applicants. Schools can only apply for this national award if their ACT/SAT averages rank among the top 15% of all school scores nationwide (public & private). Skutt Catholic’s ACT averages are at an all-time high and within that 15% mark.
The Council for American Private Education also commended Skutt Catholic for our “commitment to providing modifications and support to educate students with learning needs.”
The average Skutt Catholic teacher has 17 years experience, and nearly 80% of our educators hold a Master’s Degree. For comparison’s sake, the state average for educators with a Master’s Degree is 45%.
Skutt Catholic’s athletic and extracurricular program is among the most successful in the state as evidenced by the following:
68 state championships and 37 state runner-up trophies in the past decade
Skutt Catholic has won the Nebraska “All Sports” award six out of the last ten years
Skutt Catholic has won six NSAA U.S. Cellular Cups in the past ten years, which is awarded based on all sports and activity performance
Five NE Gatorade “Athletes of the Year” – three in Soccer, one in Softball and one in Volleyball
Athletes have achieved scholarships at the Division 1, 2 and NAIA level
More scholar-athletes honored by the Greater Omaha Sports Committee in the past six years than nearly all other high schools, public or private
Multiple Mock Trial State Championships and a 3rd place finish at Nationals in 2013
Recent Top 25 national rankings earned by Volleyball, Boys Soccer, Wrestling, Mock Trial, and the Robotics
A silver medal earned by an SC student in the National Scholastic Art Awards Competition held at Carnegie Hall in New York City
Award-winning Band, Choir, Fine Art, and Drama programs