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Welcome to the Office of Admissions!

Thank you for your interest in Bishop Hoffman Catholic School!  

Bishop Hoffman Catholic School is proud to offer a high level of academic excellence infused with Catholic virtues.  Students are provided a solid academic foundation learning mathematics, social studies, English, science, art, music and religious studies. 

Our students are provided rigorous instruction with an emphasis on Catholic values.  Students attend Mass weekly as a school, partake in the sacraments (if Catholic) and pray daily.  Bishop Hoffman Catholic School students' faith will be deepened during the liturgical seasons of the Church year with special activities such as Advent and Lenten retreats.  

Please contact the office of admission at or (419) 332-5124

for additional information.

Streak for a Day

Becoming a Crimson Streak

Bishop Hoffman Catholic School (BHCS) welcomes all families who desire a quality Catholic education for their children. Students will be considered for admission based on academic ability, conduct, and moral character. BHCS reserves the right to refuse acceptance to any student who has shown previous discipline issues and/or who has been expelled from any other school.

Children entering Kindergarten must by 5 years old by August 1. 

                    Step 1) Meet with the Enrollment Coordinator for initial Admissions interview

                    Step 2) Come be a "Streak for the Day" and/or Tour the Campus

                    Step 3) Complete the Admissions application and return to the Enrollment Coordinator                                          along with the following documents:

                                         a) Copy of current report card

                                             b) Copy of IEP or 504 plan (if applicable)

                    Step 4) Schedule the New Perspective Parent and Student Interview

                                        ~ interview will be with the campus Principal and include both parents and new student

                    Step 5) Admissions letter will be sent via email

                    Step 6) Upon receipt of acceptance, schedule an appointment with the Enrollment                                                 Coordinator to complete the admissions process


All new students will be given a probationary period of nine-weeks. If during the probationary period, the student

fails to demonstrate academic success and/or reflects poor conduct, he/she may be asked to withdraw from

Bishop Hoffman Catholic School.

To receive an enrollment packet or for more information on the admissions process, please contact

Pam Hines, Enrollment Coordinator at 419-332-5124 or

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