About Bishop Thomas K. Gorman Catholic School
To graduate young men and women of well-formed Catholic Christian character, virtue, holiness, and living faith who serve every segment of civil and ecclesial society with excellence.
To prepare and form future saints and missionaries.
These guiding values encompass our fundamental beliefs and define our culture. They set the tone for model behavior when interacting with each other and others in our daily lives.
Conscience: We form our conscience according to the objective truth of the Sacred Scripture (the Bible) and the Magisterial teachings of the Catholic Church.
Respect: We respect the innate value of every human being from conception to natural death.
Union: We affirm that marriage is between one man and one woman, open to children, so long as they both shall live.
Strength: We draw strength from the power of the Holy Spirit and the intercession of the Blessed Virgin Mary, all the Angels and Saints, and others that live in the Way of Jesus Christ.
Apostolic: We participate in the apostolic mission of the Catholic Church by sharing and living the Way of Jesus Christ without compromise.
Dignity: We protect our infinite value and dignity as people created in God’s image.
Excellence: We pursue holiness, virtues, and academic excellence in every facet of our daily lives.
Repent: We proclaim that closeness with Jesus Christ is deepened by repenting for our failures to live His Way and cooperating with grace in pursuing holiness.
Recent Gorman alumni are studying at or have graduated from: Yale, New York University, Princeton, Columbia, Duke University, Boston Conservatory, Sarah Lawrence College, Cornell, Dartmouth, The University of Notre Dame, University of Texas at Austin, Texas A & M University, Trinity University, Baylor University, West Point Military Academy, Air Force Academy, Case-Western Reserve, Florida Tech, Purdue, Creighton University, Austin College, SMU, TCU, University of Michigan, Georgia Tech, University of Pennsylvania, Rice University, Gonzaga University, Millsaps, University of Alabama, St. Louis University, Franciscan University, St. Edward’s University, and many others.
Co-curricular activities include: Ambassadors Club, Student Ministry, Drama Club, Yearbook, Student Government, Biology Club, Math Club, Peer Ministry, Marching Band, National Honor Society, Visual Arts, Pre-Med Club, Pro-Life Club, Academic Team, Choir, Football, Cross Country, Cheerleading, Basketball, Wrestling, Soccer, Baseball, Softball, Volleyball, Swimming, Track and Field, Tennis, and Golf.
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Principal: Mary Schick
Enrollment: 250 total
Average class size: 15 students
Student/Teacher ratio: 9:1
Type: Private, Roman Catholic
Campus: 30 acres
Accreditation(s): Texas Catholic Conference Education Department; Southern Association of Colleges and Schools
- 2017 PSIA One Act Play State Championship
- 2014 PSIA Statewide Academic Championship
- A Top 50 Catholic High School, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, and 2011.
- Blue Ribbon “Excellence in Education” Award Winner 1998 by the U.S. Department of Education; TAPPS 3A
- Overall State Champions 2001 and 2002; TAPPS 3A Academic State Champions, 1999, 2000, and 2002.
Athletics conference: TAPPS
District (general): 4A, District 2
District (football): Div II, District 2
Color(s): Green and White
College Board Code: 447-117
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