The faculty and staff of Bishop Hartley share with the Religion Department the mission to
proclaim Christ’s message, to participate in community building, to lead people to
worship and prayer, and to encourage and inspire service.
Bishop Hartley High School is a Roman Catholic school and our Religion Program consists of three components: knowledge, liturgy, and service. Our goals are:
The program’s foundational principles, which come from the National Catechetical Directory, Sharing the Light of Faith, are:
At Bishop Hartley, Religion classes are required for all four years and prayer is a core part of our curriculum. We use the Diocesan Course of Study which is based on the USCCB's (United States Conference of Catholic Bishops) curriculum. The subject of Religion has an informational context but also a formational context and religious concepts are applied to real world situations.
Non-Catholic students meet the academic Religion course requirement and are encouraged to share their own faith experiences and growth in their understanding of their faith tradition.
Bishop Hartley offers a number of clubs and activities, including Adeste Fideles, Campus Ministry, Care for Creation, Hawks Who Pray, Pro Life Club, and The Julias. Learn more about these clubs.
Mrs. Erin Kohut
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1285 Zettler Road, Columbus, Ohio 43227