Northwest Catholic School has a long legacy and rich tradition of Catholic education on the northwest side of Milwaukee.
Nearly 150 years ago, the opportunity for a Catholic education became a reality when our sponsoring parish St. Catherine of Alexandria first began educating the children of Granville. (Yes, that’s what this area of Milwaukee was called back then!)
When St. Bernadette and Our Lady of Good Hope were built, they too embraced Catholic education.
Together there is a vibrant, rich history of Catholic education and parish life. It’s fascinating to read the history about “mission churches” and “circuit rider priests.” These parishes have given us such a legacy to cherish.