Northwest Arkansas' only Catholic high school has a location. Now it just needs students and faculty to fill the classrooms.
Ozark Catholic Academy is excited to open its doors for the 2018-2019 school year in the Father Bandini Parish Education Center at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Tontitown.
School leaders of St. Vincent de Paul, St. Joseph and Ozark Catholic Academy discuss and answer questions on the current and future state of Catholic Education in Northwest Arkansas.
Mr. John Rocha, founding head of the new Ozark Catholic High School, gave a special presentation at St. Stephen Catholic Church entitled, Thomas More: A Man in the World, Rooted in Family.
John Rocha's welcome message for Catholic Schools Week 2017.
The Ozark Catholic Academy Bookmark for the 2017 Catholic Schools week is now available for download.
A festival gave parents a chance to meet officials from charter schools, private schools, traditional school districts and other education groups in one spot.
This region is experiencing a large increase in the types of schools and learning approaches available. The Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette explores those different options and their impact on the education landscape in a seven-part series that began Sunday.
The ink had barely begun to dry on his contract before John Rocha began making plans for his next visit to northwest Arkansas. The newly hired head of school for the first-ever Catholic high school in the area had a long to-do list and he was ready to get started.