Butler Catholic

Overview

Butler Catholic School is in Butler, a county in Pennsylvania. The current principal is Sr. John Ann Mulhurn. The school was formally known as St.Paul's Catholic School before it was changed to Butler Catholic. The school sits on 515 East Locust Street near the Monroe Hotel Restaurant and Bar. Butler Catholic is under the Diocese of Pittsburgh and is a well known school after the 2006-2007 Boy's varsity basketball team were proclaimed the Diocese Champions. They advanced to the Catholic School finals in Erie, Pennsylvania. They took home fourth place in the state finals.

The Butler Catholic Saints and the many Activities at Butler Catholic

The Butler Catholic Saints are the names for the basketball, soccer and volleyball teams in Butler Catholic. Butler Catholic offers a wide variety of sports and clubs including basketball, soccer, volleyball, a stock market team, a forensics team, a choir, a robotics team, a newspaper committee, a tech team, and a Student Council board. In the 2005-2006 school year, Senator Orie-PA challenged the then-current stockmarket team to see how much money could be made off a fake stockmarket game that used fake money. The Butler Catholic team defeated the Senator and the team was invited to Harrisburg to meet the Senator. The 2006-2007 Boy's varsity basketball team was a very big accomplishment in the school. The team had many talented players that lead the team to the finals in Erie, Pennsylvania.



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