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GETTING INVOLVED

GETTING INVOLVED

There are numerous ways to support our students and impact the Nolan Catholic community with your time and talent.  

Many of our cherished traditions, such as Grandparents Day and the annual auction, would not occur if not for the service of our volunteers. Your support is essential in realizing our mission!

Interested in learning more about how you can get involved? Email: Mary Beth Becht at mbecht@nchstx.org.

Guide to Giving & Getting Involved

As you partner with us through giving your time, talents, and treasure, you become part of the fabric of the Nolan Catholic experience. The guide provided here will provide ways to contribute in the area of interest most meaningful.

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Annual dinner & auction

The Annual Dinner & Auction is a major fundraising event for Nolan Catholic. There are many volunteer opportunities -- from participation on the planning committee to volunteering the day of the event. Meetings are held every 2 months from September through February, with the event being held the Saturday before Lent. For more information, contact Mary Beth Becht at mbecht@nchstx.org

project graduation

Project Graduation volunteers organize adult-supervised and alcohol-free activities as part of a post-graduation party.  PG fundraisers happen throughout the year. To volunteer with Project Graduation, contact Pat Pierret at ppierret@nchstx.org.

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viking club

Viking Club is a parent booster club supporting NCHS Athletics and Student Organizations. The Viking Club helps students maximize their experience with extracurricular activities. For more information, contact Mark Cortez at markcortez@aol.com

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Work in our on-campus spirit store selling merchandise to our community. This is a fun way to interact with our wonderful community during the school day, at home football games, or at other special events! For more information, contact Kimberly Kane at kkane@nchstx.org.

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one & done

There are plenty of fun, one-and-done opportunities throughout the school year to get involved, such as Grandparents Day, Catholic Schools Week, and the Used Uniform Sale. For more information, contact Mary Beth Becht at mbecht@nchstx.org.

parent ambassadors

As an NCHS Parent Ambassador, you attend events where you can talk about your experiences and provide information about the amazing, affordable education that is provided by Nolan Catholic. A bin with marketing supplies will be available to check out, so you have everything you need to spread the word! For more information, contact fellow parent, Lawrence Lubrano at lglubrano@yahoo.com.

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donate goods & services

Please contact us if you are able to support Nolan Catholic High School by donating goods or services. Please contact Michele Cole at mcole@nchstx.org.

provide a testimonial

Would you like to help share your great experiences at Nolan Catholic High School? If you are a parent, alumni, current student, or community member, please contact Michele Cole at mcole@nchstx.org to share your positive memories of Nolan Catholic High School. You can also share your great experiences on our Facebook page. Click below to offer a review of our school.

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safe environment training

All volunteers are required to have completed the Safe
Environment training prior to any volunteer service being performed. The training sessions for preschoolers through adults offer instruction in self-protection and the protection of children, youth and vulnerable adults. Sign-up and training requirements can be found
by clicking here.

Michelle Wessel is the Safe Environment coordinator for Nolan Catholic. Contact Michelle Wessel at mwessel@nchst.org

4501 Bridge St.

Fort Worth, Texas 76103

817-457-2920

Nolan Catholic High School is a College Preparatory High School (grades 9-12). NCHS was established in 1961 and is accredited by the Texas Catholic Conference of Bishops Education Department (TCCB ED)Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS), and AdvancED.

The purpose of TCCB ED is to assist Catholic schools in the state of Texas with 1) continuous school improvement initiatives, 2) accountability with best educational practices, 3) strengthening of mission and identity, and 4) improving academic performance.

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