Faith is at the forefront of everything we do at Gibault Catholic High School. During their time at Gibault Catholic, our students grow academically and spiritually. Their faith formation extends beyond the religion classroom with monthly Masses, prayer services, and rosary services. Yearly retreats are required for each class and offer students time to explore their faith and strengthen their relationships with God, themselves, and others.
Our students can often be found serving those in need in our community. Gibault students complete 10 hours of service each school year, but many do more! Our clubs and student groups volunteer with local charities and help raise funds for community groups though projects like dress down days. One of Gibault Catholic High School’s greatest traditions is our senior service project, where our senior class spends three weeks off campus developing an even stronger sense of compassion toward the needs of others. Established in 1972, our seniors have served locally and globally during their projects.
Gibault Catholic High School offers many worship opportunities throughout the year. We begin each day with prayer and many religion classes offer short prayer services during class time. Students participate as Eucharistic ministers, musicians, and ministers at our liturgies. Penance services and Eucharistic adoration are also held each year.
Fr. Nick Fleming serves as our campus Chaplain. Fr. Nick celebrates Mass and prayer services with our student body and instructs in religion classes. He is also available if students are in need of counsel or advice.