Join the legacy of compassionate supporters as we continue our mission to educate through faith, knowledge, leadership, and compassion. 
For 75 years, Bishop Manogue Catholic High School has prepared students with a foundation for lifelong excellence as they develop into successful and compassionate individuals.

In addition to our top-notch academic curriculum, meaningful spiritual development, and close-knit community, a Bishop Manogue education is steeped in compassion. Our students learn what it means to support their neighbors and serve their communities, setting a crucial foundation for becoming successful, Christ-like adults. 

Support of our Annual Fund, whether large or small, provides us with the necessary resources to continue this important and meaningful work and we are incredibly grateful.

Your unrestricted support through the Bishop Manogue 2023-2024 Annual Fund unlocks unlimited possibilities for our school community and enables us to:

EMPOWER OUR STUDENTS by making education more accessible through scholarships and tuition assistance.

NURTURE OUR FAITH by spreading the message of Jesus Christ and deepening religious understanding.

ENRICH OUR CURRICULUM by providing a diverse array of courses that enable students to explore and excel in areas such as S.T.E.M., Fine & Performing Arts, Sports Medicine, and more.

UPLIFT OUR FACULTY by investing in professional development to attract and retain exceptional educators.

Help us commemorate 75 years of educational excellence and dedication to our students at Bishop Manogue Catholic High School. This special anniversary marks a legacy of shaping young minds, nurturing faith, and building a brighter future. As we reflect on our past and look forward to the future, we invite you to be a part of our "Decades of Dedication" Annual Fund.
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.