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Colonel Andy Stremmel '96 - 2020 Commencement Address

We were honored to have Colonel Andy Stremmel, Bishop McCort Class of 1996, as the keynote speaker at our 2020 Commencement Ceremony. Col. Stremmel is a career intelligence officer and has served our country in several leadership capacities. We are Crusher Proud of his achievements! #witnessthedifference #crusherpride #mccortcrushers
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Bishop McCort launches partnership with Bishop Carroll

In a collaborative move, Bishop McCort and Bishop Carroll Catholic high schools announced a new collaborative partnership. Those involved viewed this partnership as a way of strengthening Catholic learning in Cambria County and providing more educational opportunities to students.
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Gathering of Personal Items/Device Turn in/Textbook Turn

In compliance with the current regulations and restrictions to which Governor Wolfe and the Pennsylvania has placed upon us, we are going to allow all students the opportunity to gather their personal belongings from their lockers in the school. A very specific schedule has been created that permits specific students to enter the Main Entrance (Osborne Street).
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Academics

Bishop McCort offers one of the best college preparatory programs of study in the area in a unique academic environment. Enriched by Catholic intellectual and cultural traditions, it is a place that throughout its history has promoted excellent teaching.

At Bishop McCort, you can join a community of students and teachers committed to advancing its rich Catholic mission of “Learning to think rigorously, so as to act rightly and to serve humanity better.” (Pope John Paul II). At Bishop McCort, you will find a diverse community of students and teachers who are committed to that mission.
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Athletics

There are 19 available varsity sports programs to help the students to develop their full potential. The Bishop McCort athletic program is one of the most successful in the state. The football program has produced six professional football players. The hockey team, boys basketball, girls basketball, and baseball teams have combined for 11 state championships. 
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Alumni

Our Johnstown Catholic and Bishop McCort alumni can be found all around the world…some far beyond the halls where our current students walk…and even some just around the corner from 25 Osborne St.  Their legacy of pride, loyalty and tradition, as well as excellence in scholarship and education would not be possible without the continuing support and interest shown by so many of our alumni.

We would like to welcome you home to BMCHS any time you would like to visit.  Come tour the school and see the changes that have been made since you were here last.  Share your memories and Crusher traditions with our students. 

BMCHS is about “community.” We invite you, our alumni, to keep us up-to-date with news from your personal and professional lives including accolades received, personal accomplishments and news about births, deaths and other life events. Your former teachers, administrators, classmates and friends want to know what’s been going on in your life!

Please take time to explore the BMCHS Website and Alumni section.  We think you’ll find it informative about the school and your fellow alumni.  With your help, we can keep you and other alumni aware of where former Crusher classmates have been and where they are going.  Don’t hesitate to contact us via alumni@mccort.org if you have news to share or questions about reunions or other events. The Alumni section of the website is for you.

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The BMCHS Difference

Bishop McCort High School as a Catholic secondary school, is committed to facilitating the development of each person's spiritual, moral, emotional, intellectual, and physical self through prayer, challenging curriculum, service projects, clubs, sports, and example in order to become responsible, productive adults who will challenge the world to live the Gospel message.

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Bishop McCort At a Glance

gradcap2100% Graduation Rate at Bishop McCort
$7 million In Scholarships for Class of 2016
trophy92% Pursuing Post-Secondary Degrees
diploma12 AP Classes
73 College-In-High School Credits
heart6,200 Community Service Hours Completed by Class of 2016