At A Glance
- Year Established: 1959
- Location: Roselle, NJ
- Type of School: Day School, CO-ED
- Campus Size: 17 Acres
- Website: www.rosellecatholic.org
- Grades: 9-12
- Total Enrollment: 400
- International Students Population: 28
- Average Class Size: 15-20
- Teacher to Student Ratio: 1:18
- AP Courses: 11
- Average SAT Score: 1760
- Admission Requirments: TOEFL or SSAT, SLEP
About the School
Founded in 1959, Roselle Catholic High School is located in Roselle, New Jersey, a suburban community, on a Seventeen-acre campus.
Roselle Catholic is a faith-based school, conducted under the auspices of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Newark in affiliation with the Marist Brothers. We currently enroll approximately 400 young men and women. Our students represent the diverse population of the suburban and urban communities of Union, Essex, Somerset, Monmouth, and Middlesex Counties. Our curriculum is college preparatory in nature. Admission is selective and based on school records, standardized test scores, and previous school recommendations.
Roselle Catholic is accredited by the Middle States Association of Secondary Schools and Colleges. It earned its most recent reaccreditation in 2011.
Religious Education (4 years), English (4 years), Physical Education (3 years), History (3 years), Mathematics (3 years), Science (3 years), World, Language (2 years), Fine Arts (1/2 year), Civics/Fiscal Literacy (1/2 year)
Biology, Calculus, Chemistry, Environmental Science, European History, French, Literature and Composition, Language and Composition, Psychology, Spanish, Studio Art, United States History
All of our courses in the core areas (English, Social Science, Science, Mathematics, Foreign Language and Religion), as well as Art, offer Honors sections
The Roselle Catholic Mission is to ensure that all our students embrace a commitment to fully develop their intellectual, physical, moral and spiritual potential through the guidance and direction of talented and dedicated educators. Seeking to instill in our students the mastery of skills and knowledge they will need in a complex world, we empower them to be successful, responsible and ethical citizens.
Dedication to our mission generates the Roselle Catholic spirit, which can be felt throughout our hallways, within our classrooms, in the cafeteria, in the gym, out on the fields, and just about everywhere else.