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How many service hours are required for graduation?



How do I get graduation credit for my service hours?

GO TO: Christian Ministry x2VOL guide


What do I do if my hours aren’t verified/approved? 

GO TO: How to get your service hours verified


Where can I volunteer to earn my service hours?

GO TO: Christian Ministry_Site Suggestions (this used to be on our website. Do you have access to this old form? I know the original is saved in the K: drive) 


How can I earn service hours and still maintain a safe social distance?


For Students

  • Visit our Spirit Store to stock your closest with Viking Blue

  • Learn our Fight Song and School Song

  • Learn more about Christian Ministry hour requirements

    • Get started over the summer!​

  • View the Academic Course Guide to begin planning your schedule​

  • Read the Student Handbook so you're ready for the first day of school

For Parents

2020 Reunion Dates

It’s time to start planning your reunion if your graduation year ends in 0 or 5. If it is your reunion year, please reach out to your Reunion contact below. 


We are looking for reunion coordinators for the following classes: 1985, 1990, 1995, 2000, and 2015. If interested, please contact Pat Pierret.

Class of 1965 (55-Year Reunion)

Class of 1970 (50-Year Reunion)

Class of 1975 (45-Year Reunion)

Class of 1980 (40-Year Reunion)

Class of 2005 (15-Year Reunion)

Class of 2010 (10-Year Reunion)


St. Andrew Catholic School

Wed., Oct. 9

Schedule a one-on-one session with an administrator

3304 Dryden Road
Fort Worth, TX 76109


St. John the Apostle Catholic School

Thur., Oct. 10

Schedule a one-on-one session with an administrator


7421 Glenview Drive
N. Richland Hills, TX 76180


St. Rita Catholic School

Tue., Oct. 15

Schedule a one-on-one session with an administrator


712 Weiler Boulevard
Fort Worth, TX 76112

St. Maria Goretti Catholic School

Thur., Oct. 17

Schedule a one-on-one session with an administrator


1200 South Davis Drive
Arlington, TX 76013


As alumni, you know firsthand the valuable experiences you received when you were at Nolan Catholic High School. The Nolan Catholic Annual Fund provides educational support for current Vikings and enables them to have small class sizes, competitive athletic programs, enhanced theatre and visual arts opportunities, and so much more. When you support the Nolan Catholic Annual fund, you send a clear message to what your legacy means to you!

Dr. Michele Cole, Executive Director of Development


St. George Catholic School

Tue., Oct. 22

Schedule a one-on-one session with an administrator


824 Hudgins Street
Fort Worth, TX 76111


Nolan Catholic High School

Wed., Oct. 23


4501 Bridge Street
Fort Worth, TX 76103


St. Peter the Apostle Catholic School

Thur., Oct. 24

Schedule a one-on-one session with an administrator


1201 S. Cherry Lane
Fort Worth, TX 76108


St. Elizabeth Ann Seton

Tue., Oct. 29

Schedule a one-on-one session with an administrator


2016 Willis Lane
Keller, TX 76248


Holy Family Catholic School

Wed., Nov. 6

Schedule a one-on-one session with an administrator


6146 Pershing Avenue
Fort Worth, TX 76107


Our Lady of Victory Catholic School

Thur., Nov. 7

Schedule a one-on-one session with an administrator


3320 Hemphill Street
Fort Worth, TX 76110


All Saints Catholic School

Wed., Nov. 13

Schedule a one-on-one session with an administrator


2006 N. Houston Street
Fort Worth, TX 76164


Holy Trinity Catholic School

Thur., Nov. 14

Schedule a one-on-one session with an administrator


3750 William D. Tate Avenue
Grapevine, TX 76051


St. Joseph Catholic School

Wed., Nov. 20

Schedule a one-on-one session with an administrator


2015 S.W. Green Oaks Boulevard
Arlington, TX 76017




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Jan. 13

The Early Childhood Brain and Early Intervention

This training will focus on engagement in the classroom in relation to the early childhood brain. We will highlight the impact of environment, how to incorporate hands-on enrichment activities, and strategies for assessment. 

Feb. 3

Phonological Processing

In “Phonological Processing,” we will introduce practical strategies for phonological awareness, working memory, and retrieval. We will also learn activities for assessing phonological awareness, how to enhance working memory, and the importance of explicit teaching. 

Feb. 10

Early Childhood Classical Classroom

We will explore the important role environment plays in the early childhood classical classroom. We will also discuss mimetic teaching, how to incorporate literature and experiences into the classroom, and tips for designing the classroom setting with access to materials and self-efficacy in mind.

Mar. 23

Dyslexia Unpacked

“Dyslexia Unpacked” focuses on the functional and structural differences in the brain’s language and processing centers. We will also introduce practical strategies to incorporate into the classroom, early detection and intervention, how to accommodate with intent and purpose, and activities to strengthen classroom skills. 

Apr. 6

ADHD Unpacked

“ADHD Unpacked” explores practical classroom strategies, early detection, assessment accommodations, and plans for forming a successful partnership with parents

A Nolan Catholic High School education addresses the whole person


Excellent academics, an award fine arts program, championship-level athletics, innovative ecology and engineering programs and more, all built on our Catholic Christian faith.


The cornerstone of support for a Nolan Catholic High School education is the Nolan Catholic Annual Fund. It is the school’s fundraising priority as tuition alone does not cover the full cost of educating our students. The Nolan Catholic Annual Fund is critical to bridge the gap between tuition and operational costs and sustain the life of our school.

The Nolan Catholic Annual Fund is the foundation of everything that we do. It provides critical resources for programs and initiatives that benefit the entire community. From financial aid, to academic programs, to technology and building enhancements, to campus life – every year your gift helps to establish this core funding source which ensures the vitality of these and other key priorities.

The consistent support of our school families, alumni, alumni parents, grandparents, faculty and staff, and friends allows Nolan Catholic to maintain the highest quality Catholic education experience and to form our students in the Gospel virtues of faith, hope, and charity.

Thank you for your continued annual support – your gift makes a difference.

For that and so much more, we prayerfully thank you for your support of Nolan Catholic High School.

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