March 16th, 2018
What's New at Hartley
Bishop Hartley’s School Counseling Department welcomes you to The Sophomore Parent Meeting on Thursday, April 12, 2018 at 7 pm in the cafeteria. We will be discussing your student’s transcript, recent assessments and preparing for the future. We look forward to seeing you there!
Spring Testing Day – Tuesday, March 20, 2018 All freshmen, sophomores and juniors will participate in state testing. School will begin as usual at 7:45 and end at 12:30 pm. Information about bus pick-up can be found below. Freshmen and Sophomores will take 6 subject tests to meet the state requirement for graduation. Juniors will […]
Our annual Grandparents Day has long been a popular tradition at Bishop Hartley High School. We invite the grandparents of our new freshmen, who are beginning their high school career, and our seniors, who are graduating, to join us on Grandparents Day on Tuesday, April 17 2018. We ask that you RSVP so we can […]
For the latest news and information, read the Herald Newsletter HERE!
Teacher Appreciation Breakfast Bishop Hartley will celebrate Catholic Schools Week January 29 – February 2. On Tuesday, January 30, we will thank our faculty and staff for all they do for our school. This event is sponsored by our House Parent Organization. Please consider helping us with this show of appreciation. We are in need […]
You can view the first issue of the School Counseling Department’s scholarship information newsletter HERE.
Nationwide Children’s Hospital is proud to offer the Mechanisms of Human Health and Disease Program once again in the summer of 2018. Below are the brochure and application form. Students can apply on-line or by using this form but should not do both. BROCHURE APPLICATION FORM
We want to be sure all parents are aware of our “4:00 lock” protocols. Each day, a member of the administrative team and a member of the maintenance staff go through our building to be sure that everything is locked and students who are still in the building are under adult supervision. Students who are […]