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Founded in 1970, Lake Catholic High School offers a faith based, co-ed college preparatory program to a total enrollment of 453 students in grades 9-12. Lake Catholic High School is accredited by the Ohio Catholic School Accrediting Association. 

Located in Mentor, Ohio, Lake Catholic High School is situated on 35 beautiful acres of land is a 15-minute drive east of Cleveland

Providing a stellar education to students all over northeast ohio and beyond!

Over the years, Lake Catholic has provided a strong foundation of education for students from Lake, Geauga, Cuyahoga, Ashtabula, Medina and Summit counties. We are proud to educate students from around the world through our growing International Students program. Of the more than 10,000 alumni, 98% have gone on to college.

living our core values

Students are challenged to live our core values of:

  • Commitment to excellence
  • A spirit of respect and compassion
  • Personal integrity
  • A willingness to serve

As part of their requirements for graduation, all students are required to perform and document community service over their four years.

creating extraordinary futures

Lake Catholic students create their own extraordinary future through a wealth of opportunities in spiritual life, guidance, academic clubs and activities, the fine and performing arts and interscholastic athletics. This collective experience enables students to discover God by discovering their true, complete self.


Lake Catholic CEEB Code: 363373

Class of 2023 Enrollment: 107

Graduation Date: May 20, 2023

Advance Placement: 10

Honors: 24

School Day: Semester System - Nine, 44-minute periods, including lunch


  • In order to graduate from Lake Catholic High School, a student must have a minimum of 25 credits (1 credit = 2 semesters). These graduation requirements include coursework mandated by the State of Ohio Department of Education and several additional courses required by Lake Catholic High School. The distribution is as follows:
    4.0 Theology
  • 4.0 English
  • 4.0 Mathematics
  • 3.0 Social Studies
  • 3.0 Science
  • 2.0 World Languages
  • 1.0 Fine & Performing Arts
  • 0.5 Physical Education
  • 0.5 Health
  • 0.5 Financial Literacy
  • 2.5 Electives


In order to meet the required 25 total credits for graduation, electives are to be selected. The elective units can be chosen from fine arts, performing arts, technology, world language, or other department courses not otherwise required. Beyond the required credits, students must also do the following:

  • Pass the IOWA or meet state minimum scores on the ACT.
  • Complete 50 hours of community service.


A+ – 99-100%
A – 94-98%
A- – 92-93%
B+ – 90-91%
B – 85-89%
B- – 83-84%
C+ – 81-82%
C – 76-80%
C- – 74-75%
D+ – 72-73%
D – 67-71%
D- – 65-66%
F – Below 65%

Note: Courses with the designation of Honors or Advanced Placement receive a .5 weight when the grade point average is calculated.


Number of Students in the Class of 2022: 116

Number who will attend a 4-year college: 99

Number who will attend a 2-year college: 13

Enlisted in the Armed Services: 1

Number of 4-year colleges they will attend: 32

Number of different states where they will attend: 9

Total amount of scholarship dollars received: $10.1 million (more than $87,000 per student)


President - Mark Crowley

Principal - Thomas McKrill

Dean of Academics - Maghen Frindt

Dean of Students - Matthew Moran

Athletics Director - Erik Schroeder

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