WELCOME TO BISHOP HOGAN
Welcome to our Community!
Bishop Hogan is a fully accredited Catholic School which provides education in Preschool through 8th grade. Our students spend their days in a nurturing, learning environment. Your family will feel a strong sense of family here, as there is a true bond among parents, students and staff.
Your child will have religion class daily and also participate in weekly mass and prayer services. We share the good news of Jesus to provide the pathway to faith-filled living. All students are taught to embrace family values and honor the dignity and uniqueness of each individual. Our mission is to empower students through academic excellence and spiritual growth. Besides the core subjects, we offer Music, Physical Education, Band, and Computers. Our students participate in Project Lead the Way, a program that gets students excited about math, science, and STEM concepts. Students work to solve real-world problems that are relevant and meaningful to them.
Basketball is an integral part of Bishop Hogan Memorial School. Middle School basketball is played in the fall and 5th/6th grade basketball is played in the spring. Students in 7th and 8th grade can also participate in a Coop with Chillicothe Middle School, where they can participate in football, track, volleyball, wrestling, girls’ softball and the Scholar Bowl.
We have after school care for families that need this. If you would like to visit our school, please call the school office at 660-646-0705 and arrangements will be made for you to do so.
For additional information please explore and enjoy our website, or call or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you again for your interest in our school!
God Bless you,
The philosophy of Bishop Hogan Memorial is to ensure the spiritual, intellectual, emotional and physical growth of students and teach the Catholic faith by instilling the news of salvation and the life of faith.
Bishop Hogan Memorial School, a ministry of St. Columban Catholic Church, creates caring, responsible, knowledgeable youth through a strong religious and academic curriculum.
School Advisory Council Members
Father Koster, Pam Brobst, David May, Stephanie Brobst, Kristy Lauhoff, Kathleen Radcliff, Melanie Warren, Lanie Beetsma, Lindsey Goad and Jarrod Marshall.
Parent-Teacher Organization Officers
President: Stephanie Brobst
Vice-President: Amber Rardon
Secretary: Kelsey Benskin
Treasurer: Laura Bailey
Publicist: Kasey Johnson