Bishop Neumann Jr./Sr. Central High School is a Catholic diocesan co-educational high school located in Wahoo, Nebraska, serving the students of ten parishes in the surrounding areas of Saunders and Lancaster Counties. It was opened on September 1, 1964. The school is named after St. John Neumann, a Redemptorist priest, who, as Bishop of Philadelphia, persuaded the American Bishops at the First Baltimore Council in 1852 to establish a parochial school system. Bishop Neumann is a fully accredited high school in good standing with the Nebraska Department of Education (NDE) and is an AdvancED accredited high school.
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New course added! A course was added after the Curriculum Guide was completed. If you would like to choose it as one of your electives, please see Mrs. Chvatal as soon as possible. You may find a description below:
A two-semester course in learning Latin and Greek word roots. Each day there is practice in conversational Latin and learning traditional Catholic prayers. Extended study of Latin and Greek roots helps improve vocabulary, raise ACT scores, and get a head start in fields like anatomy, medicine, and law. Students also learn broader language science topics like phonetics, phonology, linguistics, and the history of the English language. Available to juniors and seniors.
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