catholic retired connecticut


 These are Catholic high schools in the state of Connecticut which were once in operation, but were closed. Some are from the very early part of the 20th Century or even late 19th Century. Click on the name of the school for details.

Do you have any information, photos, articles, memorabilia regarding any of these schools? It would be great to add it to this collection. No need to send originals, photocopies or scans are fine. E-mail here.


Below are vintage directories of schools from 1965 presented for nostalgia and historic purposes. Please note that some schools included in these vintage listings may still be open. You may refer to the listings under Current Schools for cross-reference.

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Diocese of Norwich

Saint Bernard Girls High School, New London 1956-58*

Saint Bernard Co-ed High School, New London 1958-1967*

Saint Bernard Boys High School, New London, 1967-1972*

Notre Dame Girls High School, Norwich, 1972*

*Notre Dame High School, Saint Bernard Boys High School, Saint Bernard Girls High School all merge into one co-educational high school, St. Bernard's High School, Uncasville

In 1997, Saint Bernard Academy was founded for grades 6 through 8. On August 17, 2006, the Most Reverend Michael R. Cote, D.D., Bishop of Norwich, announced a new administrative structure to unite St. Bernard High School and St. Bernard Academy under the one name of Saint Bernard School, grades 6-12.


Diocese of Bridgeport

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