Niagara Catholic Jr. /Sr. High School is a college preparatory school built on the foundations of St. Mary's, Madonna, and Bishop Duffy High Schools.

In 1927 St. Mary's, a co-educational high school, was established by the Rev. Cornelius F. Killeen, and staffed by the Sisters of Mercy. As Catholic education grew, Bishop Duffy High School opened its doors for young men in 1946, and was staffed by the Oblates of St. Francis DeSales. In the fall of 1959, the young women who had been attending St. Mary's moved to Madonna High School.

In 1975 Bishop Duffy and Madonna High Schools merged to form Niagara Catholic. Since then it has continued to educate both men and women from Niagara County with challenging curriculum, while integrating faith, honesty, loyalty, and service.

Niagara Catholic is proud of its unique past and strong traditions. The faculty is dedicated to preparing today's students for tomorrow's successes.

Niagara Catholic Mission

Rooted in Catholic traditions and values, Niagara Catholic Junior-Senior High School is dedicated to educating every student to his or her highest potential. Through student-centered instruction we develop young adults who are academically adept, faith based, globally minded, and community oriented.