Each student at Gibault Catholic High School must have a minimum of 24 credits to graduate.  In addition, all students must participate in class retreats and complete 10 hours of service each year they are in attendance.  Each student is required to carry a minimum of 7.0 credits per year.

Valedictorian and salutatorian eligibility requires students to take 4 credits of advanced, honors, or college credit in each of the following subjects: English, math, social studies, and science.  In addition, a candidate must take 4 years of a world language, with junior and senior years being honors or college credit courses. Full eligibility requirements can be downloaded here (PDF).

NCAA eligibility standards are very specific. Please click here to view those standards.

Graduation Requirements

Religion 4 including a 3-week senior service project
English 4 including composition
Math 3 including Algebra 1 and one geometry-based course
Social Studies 3 including America history and civics
Electives 3.25
Science 2 including Biology
World Language 2
Fine Arts 1
Physical Education 1 including health
Business .25 Personal Finance
Practical Arts .5 Driver's Ed is taught by Waterloo High School instructors and may be taken by any student who qualifies by age regardless of residence.

“We chose Gibault for the class sizes, reasonable tuition, curriculum and other academic programs. We felt that Gibault’s strong academic program and mod schedule fully prepared our older son for college.”

Chris Toenjes, Gibault parent