Bishop Gorman High School History
Bishop Gorman High School was founded in 1954 and is the only Catholic High School in Southern Nevada.
Bishop Gorman High School Academics:
As a college preparatory school, Bishop Gorman has a 100% graduation rate and a 96% college bound rate. The Class of 2012 boasts two National Merit Scholarship Finalists and four National Merit Scholarship Commended Students, four National Hispanic Recognition Program Award winners, one National Achievement Scholarship Program Finalist, one National Qualifier for Speech and Debate, one Carroll Scholarship winner, and 41 athletic scholarships.
Bishop Gorman Campus Features
- 36 acres
- 187,000 square feet
- State-of-the-art Biology, Chemistry and Physics labs
- 5,500 square foot Alumni Memorial Chapel
- Tiberti Student Commons with the Gorman Food Court
- Resource learning centers
- College-style Lecture Hall
- Jim3 House of Performing Arts and Timothy N. Poster Black Box Theatre
- Athletic facilities include Fertitta Field, Victor Park, Cashman Field, Marlon Tennis Complex and the Ralph and Betty Engelstad House of Glory.