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Welcome to Cardinal O'Hara High School, celebrating over 55 years of Pride, Excellence and Tradition. #Lion4Life
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Parent-Student-Teacher Conferences will be held on Thursday, December 1, from 3:30 PM to 5:30 PM. Meetings are on a first come first served basis but parents may contact the teachers to schedule a time or can sign up when they arrive that night as each teacher will have a sign up form outside of their classroom.
Events are tentative and adjustments will be made in accordance with local and regional regulations. Please check back often for updates, additions and changes.
850 students represent 58 zip codes across three states
100% college acceptance
Our Chesterton Scholars Program offers a classical education track within the O’Hara curriculum.
The Class of 2022: earned $32,031,566 in college scholarships.
This year Boys' Track 4x4 Penn Relay Catholic League Champions.
Over 100 successful Kairos retreats have impacted the spiritual development of thousands of students.
All Students participate in the 1:1 MacBook Air program
This year PCL Titles were won in Volleyball, Girls' Swimming, Girls' Basketball, Hockey and Girls' Track and Field and District 12 Titles were won in Girls' Swimming, Boys' Swimming, Girls' Track and Field and Softball.
The Saint John Paul II Ministry Center provides students with unique opportunities to grow their Catholic identity and work together to serve others
Over 100 students participate in the choir program
Award winning theatre program
The O'Hara Marching Band was featured this year on CBS for performing in the Philadelphia Saint Patrick's Day Parade.
20 Neumann Scholars currently attending.
Our Dual Enrollment program with Neumann University, exposes students to college level courses taught by Neumann professors, right on our campus.
In 2022, 325 students participated in the Danny Hammond Dance Marathon, raising thousands of dollars for pediatric cancer as well as others in need.
Girls' Basketball back to back State Champions