Bishop Manogue Catholic High School recognizes our students are adults-in-the-making. Through our personalized approach, we strive to identify and cultivate the unique attributes and God-given talents that have been bestowed upon each young man and woman on our campus. We are committed to working together with our parents, the primary educators, in helping their sons and daughters become tomorrow's leaders, strong in faith, leadership, knowledge, and compassion.

You'll find we foster an environment of curiosity, a pursuit of knowledge, and an understanding of what it means to be a responsible Christian in modern society. We offer a myriad of sports, clubs, and service opportunities. All of these are provided against the backdrop of a challenging academic curriculum that motivates students to develop a strong work ethic that will serve them well beyond their years at Bishop Manogue Catholic High School.

Your journey begins today.

Welcome, we look forward to getting to know you!

Contact Us

Email: Danielle.Oleary@bishopmanogue.org

Bishop Manogue Catholic High School admits students of any race, gender, color, national, and ethnic origin to all of the rights, privileges, programs, and activities accorded or made available to students at the school.  It does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, color, national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, scholarship and loan programs, and other school-administered programs.

Bishop Manogue Catholic High School is operated as an exempt school under the provision of NRS 394.211 and as such is exempt from the provisions of the Private Elementary and Secondary Education Authorization Act.

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    Danielle O'Leary 

    Admissions Director
Bishop Manogue Catholic High School is a four-year Catholic, co-educational private high school in Reno, Nevada. The only Catholic high school in northern Nevada, it is a separately incorporated non-profit diocesan school operated under the authority of the Diocesan Bishop, Daniel H. Mueggenborg.