Bishop LeBlond High School

Bishop LeBlond Memorial High School, founded in 1960 by the Benedictine Sisters of Atchison, Kansas, is a Diocesan comprehensive school, serving grades nine through twelve. LeBlond’s mission as a Catholic, college preparatory school is to provide a top quality education by embracing academic excellence and promoting social and spiritual growth.

LeBlond offers a uniquely diversified program in the St. Joseph area to develop students as lifelong learners–spiritually, intellectually, physically and socially. LeBlond’s comprehensive academic and co-curricular program encourages growth in religious faith, skill development and self-discovery; and aids in career selection.

LeBlond is the only catholic high school located in Northwest Missouri and has been providing college preparatory education for the past 58 years. LeBlond is accredited by AdvancEd (formerly the North Central Association on Accreditation and School Improvement) and by the State of Missouri.

As with a great number of Catholic, Private, and Parochial schools we’ve seen a decrease in our enrollment numbers. A lot of that is contributed to the economy, the change in legacy students (students whose entire family are alumni), and younger generations having less kids.

Right now, we could really use the $15,000 to improve areas of our school. It’s hard asking our LB families and supporters for additional money when they give so much of their time, money, and talents to the betterment of our school. The nice thing about a small school is we can stretch our dollars very far.

Thank you for considering Bishop LeBlond High School. God Bless.

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